Yes I have had 3 of them replaced all under warranty, sometimes things like this happen with no logical explication.Maybe aronsrb will give some input. Im pretty sure he said hes blown three so far and theyve all been covered under warranty. He even has the super atv lift kit on his
Maybe should tell them that if the warranty don't cover it, then you want to cancel your warranty and get a refund back on the unused portion, if you bought the extended warranty that is, if everyone did that there would be a change of policy I'm thinkingthat sucks so bad... it sounds like these dumb ass warranties they are selling aren't worth the paper they are printed on... glad I didn't buy one
It's not up to your dealership to determine weather or not it is a warranty, it is up to yamaha. All your dealer does is create a repair order and submit it to yamaha and the will make a decision. If I were you I would call yamaha customer service.I have one right now...and I'm fighting with the dealer to warranty it!
I just sent an e-mail to Fox as well....they have shocks listed for just about every other brand including the Pioneer. HONDA Pioneer 2013-2014 Rear - 1.5 PODIUM C Honda Pioneer 700 / 700-4 | FOX
Same reply from Fox. "not planning on bringing a Viking shock to the market at this time." They said that most of the demand for their UTV shocks is coming from the sport crowd. Added that the Pioneer shock has not been a good seller either, and that the utility side just doesn't seem to break or demand high level shocks to the point at which it would warrant all the R&D/cost needed to provide something.I just sent an e-mail to Fox as well....they have shocks listed for just about every other brand including the Pioneer. HONDA Pioneer 2013-2014 Rear - 1.5 PODIUM C Honda Pioneer 700 / 700-4 | FOX
Probably get the same answer, but I guess it's worth a shot