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post #21 of 73 Old 09-22-2014, 09:45 AM
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If they do open the skid plates up more I am going to leave mine the way it is. Opening it up would just give more places for sticks to lodge, I am always pulling sticks out, they get in the strangest places. Field grass in not as big a problem for some of us.

I'll take the new skid plate though, might be able to modify it to fit some place else.
I'am with you on this.

It's better to be looking down at the grass then looking at the bottom side.
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I also just went and bought a pioneer and same thing happen today. The dealer could not release it to me because of skid plates...
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At the start each dealer is limited to 2 kits for the recall until the inventory stabilizes. Still no bulletin on it though so I'm not sure what exactly is being changed.
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Looks like just a couple big holes in the new skid plate.


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So will we have to take our pioneers to a dealer to get the recall fixed
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Hmm. Well I'm glad to see the quick fix. I sure hope I get one of those first two delivered. Hoping to hear something today. I'm like a kid at Christmas!!
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That looks like a lot of open space after reading about the problems with sticks through the floor in other threads. I'm not sure which is the greater risk for my use. Is there a requirement to have the recall service done to maintain warranty coverage or anything like that?
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looks like its to open...I guess we can take it off and weld it back shut though. Looks like solving one problem has created another..
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That looks like a problem, not a solution, I will be leaving mine the way it is now...
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So will we have to take our pioneers to a dealer to get the recall fixed
Yes, it should only take 10-15 minutes to do though.

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That looks like a lot of open space after reading about the problems with sticks through the floor in other threads. I'm not sure which is the greater risk for my use. Is there a requirement to have the recall service done to maintain warranty coverage or anything like that?
Getting the recall done is completely up to you, it will not mess with your warranty. If your machine is ever in the dealer to get any work done (even just tires) they have to do the recall before it leaves.

This recall is pretty much just covering Honda's side if there ever is an issue with a fire because of built up grass/debris. If it wasn't a safety factor it would have just been an update which would expire after a set time. Recalls last for the life of the machine though.
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