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big bearbig bear lake, California United States of America
big bear Company warranty is a rip off big bear lake, California
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Finally it was repaired. the voltage damaged the battery and required it to be replaced. The dealership refused to replace the battery. They stated that Big Bear would not warranty the battery. It was the regulator that caused the damage to the battery. No luck. at 6,000 miles the sprocket went out and required replacement. [continued below]....
The drive chain was hitting the swing arm and another front section of the bike. I brought this to the attention of Big Bear Choppers. They called Hank who is the manager for Kent Motorsports. Hank called me and stated that he would drive the bike to inspect it hinself. He rode the bike and failed to hear the clanging. I took pictures of the damaged swing arm and front area of the bike. I paid $33,000 for a mess up bike. They told me that if I was to purchase the bike before Feb 28, 2010 They would give me a five year warranty. they will not warranty anything. their excuse is, It's normal wear and tear. Then the rocker gasket went out and was blowing oil. Big Bear Choppers told the dealership that they didn't warranty the engine. since it was an S&S engine it was the responcibly of S&S. Give me a break
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 09/01/2011 10:41 AM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/big-bear/big-bear-lake-California-/big-bear-Company-warranty-is-a-rip-off-big-bear-lake-California-771882. The posting time indicated is Arizona local time. Arizona does not observe daylight savings so the post time may be Mountain or Pacific depending on the time of year.
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