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Confirm the year on your wheeler before ordering parts!

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Here is an issue we see often at the shop!

 

In this video, Robyn explains how to confirm the year of an ATV using the VIN.

It is important to confirm the ATV model year as this is a commonly mistaken characteristic that is often essential to order the correct part.

Each VIN consists of 17 characters. The 10th character will help you identify the machine year. To do so, compare it with the chart available on our website: https://resurgencesmallengine.com/machine-identification

 

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