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Mike Lee

Can-Am Outlander 450 I CAN HELP

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New to this forum.  I have done all the Can-Am training for technicians but have only worked on the 2016+ Outlander 450's.  I've taken apart the Outlander down to the frame and know all the issues these things have.  They are excellent ATV's.  Right now I'm taking care of a fleet of 450's with well over 10,000 miles on them.  If anyone needs help with 450 issues let me know. 

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