If you find one, you better buy it, because there will be a line forming behind you. Be prepared to pay MSRP or very close to it.How's the buying process for 4 wheelers? Anything like snowmobiles where you have to "snowcheck" or roll the dice on dealer stock? Or can I pretty much order one anytime throughout the year? Stopped at a dealer yesterday just to sit on a couple. They had one 850 premium trail and a few 570s. Said he'd be getting more in throughout the year, but should I be jumping on one before they're gone? I don't see any leftovers anywhere either.
Thanks good info. I didn't see this post before.. On the battery tender, seems these machines rely heavily on the battery, how screwed are you out in the woods with a dead battery? I have a tender already, do I need anything special?Congrats. I would keep the OEM skids for now and see how they perform for your riding style and terrain. The plow will work with existing skids. You’d be better off spending the money on better tires. Immediately for maintenance I would get the bearing greaser and grease your wheel bearings. They come from the factory with very little grease. Dielectric to ensure your connections stay in good shape and buy a battery tender to keep the battery charged.