In the market to switch from an outlander to a defender. I have a 6x10foot trailer with rear lifting loading ramp. According to the online specs the defender measures 120 inches. Is this accurate? Does anyone know if the defender fit in the trailer? I should maybe mention the trailer has side walls measureling 15in.
Thanks in advance
Does anyone know of a Mechanic in Kansas that can work on Can-Am. I have tried google with no luck. Thanks for any help in advance.
I am going to purchase a 2018 Outlander DPS 570 today. I currently own a 2004 Polaris 700 twin Sportsman. The Polaris has been great but it is much harder to steer than the Outlander. I use my quad daily on my small 40-acre farm in the Missouri Ozarks, I use the machine for brush hogging, driveway maintenance. fence maintenance, and all around chores.
In shopping for this unit I found that although the Outlander has a smaller engine it actually produces more power than my old 700, and it handles much easier.
I am getting a green one and plan on rapping it with mossy oaks graphics a little later on.
I would be pleased to hear from others about this machine as I actually know nothing about it.
I am looking for a lift kit that will fit my 2017 Maverick xc 1000. Has anyone found one that works? I am looking for a 2-4 inch lift. Also, looking for information on the best tire size / issues with installing the lift.
Having never owned a can am defender , I don't know if it's normal, but it is very loud. I almost need ear plugs while driving it. I had hoped it was quieter than a Polaris. I drove a Polaris with a cab and it was a lot quieter. When you turn the ignition off there is a spinning sound. It sounds like a starter. When it is off I can hear dripping sounds like the oil is dripping back into the pan. My question is, is this normal for a can am defender? Excessive noise, turning ignition off spinning sound, and loud dripping into oil pan after engine is off.
My name is Jim and I'm from NC. I am currently living in Barrow, Alaska. I recently purchased a Can-am defender cab hd10 for driving to work and for use on the beach and tundra.
Hello everyone, I just bought another can-am this time the Outlander 1000 XMR, & loving it.
Are starters covered in warranty?? Or extended warranty???
Hello, I'm just wondering what everyone with the 1000R is getting for fuel range on average? I have a 2017 Outlander Max 1000R. I did not buy this machine to worry about how much gas I am going to burn. The only thing that bothers me is the inconvenience of having to take extra fuel on longer trips. I'm quite sure I used to get about 140-150 kms to a tank of fuel before installing a HMF Slip On and Optimizer. I know these bikes run lean from the factory, that's why you're getting such mileage out of the tank. After the install of this I am only getting about 90-100 kms to a tank of fuel. For you people south of the border that's only about 55-60 miles. This was driving on open roads at speeds of 50-60 kms per hour and hardly getting into the throttle at all. I just purchased 2 gas can kits from Wes Industries to carry an extra 10 liters of fuel.