And when it comes to protecting your Crew’s driveline with the extended powertrain warranty, it really depends on your personal riding situation. Many riders -- especially those who go with the Polaris warranty and not an aftermarket warranty like Zurick or Torque -- think the powertrain warranty is not worth it. When the parts break, they don’t want stock parts put back in. After all, if your driveline isn’t cutting it, why would you replace it with the same style driveline? they want better hey parts that break I don’t want stock parts put back in. They would rather spend money on upgrades rather than the warranty. However, unlike the Polaris warranty, some aftermarket warranties cover claims on machines with lifts and bigger tires. We’d suggest getting either a two- or three-year extended warranty. If something is going to happen it will happen in the first couple of years.
Warranty or not, you may not have to replace the entire driveline should an issue arise. You can replace gearboxes, axle assemblies, transfer cases, wheel hubs, CV joints & boots, and pretty much any other driveline component in your Crew. We’ve even seen guys tear their transmission apart to tighten their snorkel collar a few notches to reduce the noise. With a little time and determination, any driveline issue can be resolved. So give us a call or shoot us an email, and we’ll get you started on the right path.
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