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RE: new toy!

My wife has one. I have an Ultra. I've ridden the Spyder several times, and you can bet that when it comes time for my next purchase it will say Can-Am on the side. I love Harley's, but their trikes are a bear to ride and the Spyder is like sliding on greased glass..... (smoooooth & EZ). Love my HD, and have a million dollars (exaggeration) in gear and accessories, but, you got to do what you got to do! And the transition is a breeze, just forget you need to grab a-hold of it and man-handle it. A soft, gentle touch is all that's required!
shagan77 04/29/15 08:11am Toy Haulers
RE: 4200D Cyclone toy hauler

I've had a Cyclone 3950 for about 5 years. Had some issues with it and had to work with the dealer quite a bit to get Heartland to stand behind it, but we dotted i's and crossed t's and they came through and it was all resolved. I think the trick is to find a dealer who is committed to supporting the product they sell. And, if you follow these forums you will find lovers and haters for every brand. Hard luck stories and miraculous stories as well. Find a good dealer and a floor play you like. Then be prepared to do some maintenance yourself and go enjoy yourself....
shagan77 03/03/15 11:02am Toy Haulers
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