so, I have a new 2010 wing, with @ 4000 mile, and am seriously considering going to the darkside. Question is, doe this void my warranty with the Mother Ship?
Rocky-what was worked on and covered by warranty?I've taken my bike in for warranty work with my BMT on it and I have had no trouble with warranty being denied.and that is using different dealers too.
The Last dealers wrench didn't care for a BMT but still did warranty work.Money is money in their pocket.
What's the difference.When Honda will tell you Trike guys to pound sand because you triked the bike.We know dam well that triking a bike has nothing to do with the Engine/tranny/Wiring harness/heated/seat etc etc ect.Rocky-what was worked on and covered by warranty?
We've had at least one thread on here where a dealer refused to work on a bike w/a CT(which is absolutely wrong) but, my concerns are some rear suspension defect or a drive train failure that a dealer or factory rep would say the CT caused(whether it did or not!)
I was just trying to find out what kind of warranty work you had covered.What's the difference.When Honda will tell you Trike guys to pound sand because you triked the bike.We know dam well that triking a bike has nothing to do with the Engine/tranny/Wiring harness/heated/seat etc etc etc.
No dealer should be able to deny warranty based on tires on the bike,You can't possible believe such a thing when guys don't run the OEM D250 that was on the bike when it was first sold.
You should already know that no vehicle manufacture can tell you what tires to install on your vehicle,and legally can't deny a warranty claim based on what brand of tire you had installed on your vehicle.
I'd ask any offending dealer to point out where it says on the sidewall "Not for motorcycle use" or for "Automobile use only".
They (dealers/Honda rep's) can try and say anything-Let them prove it!
A call from an attorney will take care of that crap.
You trike guys should try it when your denied warranty work.:thumbup: