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A recall is for the life of the machine. It doesn't matter on warranty (which is good at any dealership also), year or ownership. If I got a totaled out machine in I would still preform the recall, unless the title was a salvage only title. Even then the VIN would have to go through Honda to get checked off the list. I still have customers out there waiting to rip a boot on a 420 Rancher so they can do the axle recall. They have brand new axles just waiting for them and they know it.
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Thanks for all the info, toodeep. From the ranges published, looks like my camo P2 is not on the list. With replacement plates scarce, for the moment, they may issue more VIN ranges in stages??? You'd think they would eventually address this with all machines produced prior to discovery of the safety concern.


Since it is more critical for grassland areas of the country, they could also be selecting ranges for machines sold in those areas--just a wild guess on prioritizing. Nevertheless, even here in East Tennessee, where most of my riding is in wooded, rocky areas, there are times when we ride through grown up fields and roads that could build up grass trash fairly quickly.
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This recall notice came about pretty fast for some reason. Either they had a few problems (every dealer was told to remind the customers about pre ride inspections way before this) or they wanted to keep some machines on the show room floor for a little while. The recall notice has been updated a few times since it was originally posted. You can tell the difference between the pic I posted on the new skid plate and the one on the notice (same pic, just updated info on it). I will have to check to see if the VIN section has been updated. It should include every machine that does not have the updated skid plate.
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Thanks TooDeep. I checked my VIN and I am one of the ones to get it done. Will contact my dealer soon to see where he is at on this issue and get it taken care of. M2 and VIN xxxxxxxE4001277.

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I'll be doing one today sometime. It's filled up with crap from the front to the rear.
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Thanks TooDeep. I checked my VIN and I am one of the ones to get it done. Will contact my dealer soon to see where he is at on this issue and get it taken care of. M2 and VIN xxxxxxxE4001277.
keep us posted on how that goes.
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A few real life photos of the plates and what this one was carrying with it.. lol





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Better charge for that one....
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toodeep,

Mine is like the one on the right in your picture. What's your thought about the aftermarket ones that are solid?

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I think the ones they are replacing are fine for most people, the solid ones would be the same. If you keep your machine clean you will never have a problem. The one pictured above is used daily and those are the ones I see all the time. He said he had the skids off a month ago cleaning them out so you can see how they collect stuff.


swsebek. He came in for a full service job and a new boot on the rear drive shaft. I will get my extra time out of that.. lol Plus he talked himself into a heater so that will go in tomorrow.
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