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Flat pulling Can AM Maverick x3 Max

Discussion in 'Maverick Nation' started by jcompguru, Jun 24, 2019.

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  1. jcompguru

    jcompguru Kevin SXS Nation Rookie

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    Group I need some advice. After searching the web with no good recommendation. I thought I would turn to forums. I have a new 2019 Can Am Maverick X3 Max R. I'm only 2 miles from Silver Lake Sand Dunes. I would really like to tow it in Dune Ready. I can build a tow bar to hook onto the front bumper. If I have a driver and the motor running, do you see a problem with flat towing it 2 miles at 25 mph? There are people in my campground that do this with their RZR's without issues, but I haven't seen anyone do this with a Can AM.
     
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    I suggest that you contact Can-Am !
     
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    I’ve seen @Curt and @Dave tow their old rzr’s with a tow bar up there before. It seemed to work ok for them except Dave had a blown belt when he got back. No idea what caused that.
    I don’t know enough about the cam am drive system to recommend either way.
    On a side note, they really do make it a PITA up there. One of the main reasons I don’t go often. It’s especially a pain when you haul in a toy hauler and your trailer becomes your house for the weekend...:confused::cool:
     
  4. Curt

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    I’ve towed my rzr several times with a tow bar. You don’t need a driver, it will track. I leave it running in neutral so the clutch doesn’t bind on the belt.
     

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