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What a bunch of dealership morons/ Seaford, Delaware

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So I was being lazy and trying to get out of riding my Springfield to Annapolis for the first service. I called the Indian dealer in Seaford Delaware that is only 20 minutes from my house to check to see when they could do it and the cost. I never got past the cost as the service manager told me anywhere between $300 and $500. I mean really! It should be a flat fee unless there is a non-warranty issue they find. If they want $500 just say so. Don't try to pull me in and screw me over after my bike is in their hands. It's safe to say these guys won't be around long. I was quoted $290 at the other dealer. Which is bad enough, but I'll bite the bullet on the first service.
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At Orlando Indian the sales manager told me my first service on my scout would be $2400, $1800 if I had gotten the extended warranty. I looked at him like, you cant be serious. I have tried twice through email to contact the Lakeland store. guess i will have to call next.

does anyone know if i do my first 500 mile myself will it void factory warranty?
 

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The day I drove my brand new Roadmaster home, I took an oil change kit with me. I have a 300 mile ride home, so can't get back for a 500 mile service. I now have 88,000 kms on my bike and have done every single oil change, using Indian kits. That way they have a record of my purchases.
My extended warranty is off now. I paid 2000 CAD for the extended warranty and did not have an issue, except for a TPS monitor.

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Great advice, thank you
 
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