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Discussion Starter #1
This is really a joke. Obviously Palaristar does not want anyone to transfer a warrant. You get thirty days after you sell/buy the bike. Documents you need:

All maintenance records
All receipts (especially if you change your own oil).
A service log
Bill of sale
Warranty papers
Check for 25.00 dollars
Signature of both parties.

If you go over 30 days....VOIDED

Just FYI
 
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Discussion Starter #2
Nice! Is that your extended or first year warranty? Dont remember how long you had your XC.
 
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Discussion Starter #3
I feel your pain, but I pointed this out much of this 'hoop jumping' on post #2 of the previous thread you posted on transferring a warranty:

[link='http://www.thevog.net/forum/general-discussion-2-30/how-to-transfer-a-warranty/']http://www.thevog.net/forum/general-discussion-2-30/how-to-transfer-a-warranty/[/link]

In this case a Dealer may be able to jump in and help you with the transfer.
 
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Discussion Starter #4
Its for the extended. They just do not want this to transfer. The guy insisted that I have the receipt for the filter and oil and a written journal of the maintenance. I said I only changed it once.......

30 days...most riders are riding those first 30 of owning a new bike.
 
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