Any one able to get walker evan shocks with there 2022 sportsman xp 1000 s?
I had a good experience with Walker Evans I was having an issue with some O-rings inside of the pivot bearing on the top of my shock and they sent me out 16 replacement orings that were the correct sizeI emailed WE about buying direct and no one ever replied...
Yeah this seems to be exactly what is behind all of the issues with changing the shocks for this year’s model. Glad you got in touch with them at least you know where you’re at . I think a lot of folks are in that same boat with various products just waiting a while until things are available againI finally got around to ringing up WE. They said with all the supply chain BS right now, they don't have anything to offer for the Sportsman S. However, they do have two aftermarket packages that are normally available and once things straighten out, they will be building and stocking them again. I plan to check back in the spring and see what's what at that point...
This wasn't trickery. It was Polaris removing a feature at the change of a model year. They never said it was available on the 2022s therefore no one got shafted.In these times who would give $16k or more on a purchase without seeing what their actually bying. Sometimes you get shafted. Now live with it.
I don't disagree. However, I believe Covid has allowed them to get away with murder. What I mean by this is that all the test rides that are floating around from reputable folks like Dirt Trax or ATV on Demand are with the Walker Evans equipped machines from 2019 or 2020. I'm sure Polaris is using Covid supply disruptions as an excuse to not lend out machines for new model year testing. As a result, Polaris can save a bunch of money building the machines while even raising the pricing and they don't really get held accountable. Without Covid, they would have to supply 2022 test ride machines and reviewers would be going nuts that price went up but arguably the most important feature went down. End result is they might need to discount the model year to deal with the fallout of their move.This wasn't trickery. It was Polaris removing a feature at the change of a model year. They never said it was available on the 2022s therefore no one got shafted.
Take it for what its worth, but here is what my dealer salesman just told me after talking with his Polaris rep:It's not only a cost saving measure. It's supply as I stated in the other thread you posted this in. I'm wondering if there will even be an S model next year. The Scrambler S is already on the shelf.