I do find it interesting that Polaris stock doesn’t even hiccup when they have a ( now second) design flaw in a drive component that effects 30,000 + units. Toyota has a recall on a bad shape floor mat and stock’s definitely noticed. And that was curable with a razor knife. IMO in part because no matter how sub par the quality control is we keep throwing $$ at them. More of us need to hammer customer relations. Squeaky wheel. I’m sure many don’t agree with this statement. Many do though. To have to go threw a brand new 30k+ machine to make sure some simple assembly line stuff was secured is nonsense. Multiple stop rides in a year. I was one of the ones who bought a brand new rig only to be told I couldn’t pick it up due to a stop ride on the CVT. Groundhog Day it seems. I’m sure some fanboys will chime in and give examples of similar instances with other vehicles. Don’t get me wrong. I like Polaris. I’d just like them to do better. As I know they can.