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    Bad news and Good news

    Bad news is insurance totaled my Sho after a 4th of July weekend incident. Good news is nobody was injured and Road Track and Trail out of Mukogee, OK just sold me a new FX-SVHO for 12,599 out the door. Put a deposit on it today and pick it up this weekend.


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    Depending on how bad it is damaged u might want to think about buying it back and parting it out. Or use some parts to build a conversion ski...

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    With water in the engine (locked up) and the hull damage along with the fact that non of my bolt on's would fit the new Svho, i decided to let them keep it. FYI- keep recipts for your mods, i got paid for them on top of the NADA value of the ski. Buy back price was $3500.

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    that's nothing! What was the accident? How badly damaged was the hull? Water in the engine isn't necessarily the end for the engine. I've had my xlt take on water 2x and it kept running.

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    Bottom line, insurance paid enough to buy new Svho. Ill be riding again this weekend. I may have come out a little better if i bought the old ski back but it wasn't worth the hassel with half the season left. would much rather be riding than wrenching.

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    Bad news and Good news

    Which insurance company was it? Seems like reasonable customer service.

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    What's the "bad news" here??? JB

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    Quote Originally Posted by john belton View Post
    What's the "bad news" here??? JB
    The bad news is that there was an incident on July 4th and the ski got ruined because of it. Says so right in the original post

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    Quote Originally Posted by nashvegas View Post
    Which insurance company was it? Seems like reasonable customer service.
    Reasonable customer service? They paid him blue book plus his mods? Not sure what some folks expect. Sounds like it was exactly what was expected and paid for.

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    Bad news and Good news

    Quote Originally Posted by 04gtxsc View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by nashvegas View Post
    Which insurance company was it? Seems like reasonable customer service.
    Reasonable customer service? They paid him blue book plus his mods? Not sure what some folks expect. Sounds like it was exactly what was expected and paid for.
    Does that not seem reasonable? Seems like he obviously got the better end of the deal. Quick claim and usually mods aren't covered. Sounds like a good insurance company to me, hence why I was asking who it was.

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