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Old 04-24-2013, 11:01 PM   #1
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Wondering if anyones had a warranty voided for off roading? I've heard horror stories and now im avoiding the dealer.. help? lol

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Only if you do something stupid. Like the guys that bent the frame on a Ford Raptor by jumping dunes with it. Or submarining your jeep.

Or anything that breaks because of aftermarket parts.

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The warranty thing is kind of a common sense issue. If you do big jumps and bend your frame, of coarse it's not covered. If you go in deeper water than is advertised (or do it wrong), again, of coarse it's not covered. But if your doing basic climbing and trail riding and something breaks, even though your well within the safe limits of off roading, you can get it fixed under warranty.
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