Hit culvert.....sliced about a two inch long by half inch deep chunk out of the outside of my right ski....hope they will cover it under waranty, but if not I will replace it before next season anyhow
you guys have no idea how hard i'm laughing right now about the 'culvert' thing!! i guess it's second nature around here, and it's really the only precaution we have to take when riding ditches. it's a tube so to speak made of steel usually that is for drainage under roads, and i know plenty of people who have hit them.
just curious intended, why in the world would your ski be covered under warrenty? doesn't warrenty only cover failure of parts? that's all mine did. if yours covers more i hate you
that reminds me of when i went to pick up my sled at the dealer. the kid that loaded it got a decent run for our trailer but to load it you have to lift the skis. needless to say, he about went throught the windshield and took huge gouges out of both my skis. that boy is lucky he can still walk.....
i want your dealer. if i went in to any dealer around here with something like that wrong with my sled they would probably laugh and point me to the door. would they do the same thing in the event of a cracked or broken hood?
i was laughing a good one at the culvert thing....my old dealer i went to wouldnt work w/ me at all, not much snwo the year i bought my last sled, had problmes w/ it, they said they warranteed em for a month after it snowed, so after we got decent snow, had problems, brought it here, they fixed the wrong hting, charged like 100 bucks, brought it there again, they said nutin was wrong, charged some more for lookin at it, finally i told em just to ride it, they did and they figured the spark plug wire was hitting the hood and shorting out, so they didnt charge for that time, whenever they looked at it tho, the hood was open when it was running so it ran fine
this dealer was also 120 miles away round trip, so lots of miles were made
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