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Ok. So I read a post here that said that your dealer is supposed to make your next payment. Is this a real thing? If so, where can I find a written copy of this policy?
I am asking because my dealer has had my unit for going in three months for an overheating issue. My next payment is quickly approaching and I am going to take the bill to them if it is true. Ty for your help.
 

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I would call Kawasaki and explain your situation. If you use “lemon law” terminology with them, you might get them to replace the car, or at least give you an extended warranty.
 

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I would call Kawasaki and explain your situation. If you use “lemon law” terminology with them, you might get them to replace the car, or at least give you an extended warranty.
Do you happen to have contact info for kawasaki?
 

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Guess I would be SOL. I paid my KRX off in two payments... :LOL:
 

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Typically over 30 days qualifies as a payment if you scream and yell at the dealer. 3 months you could argue loss of use and insurance costs as well. It’s how deep in the mud you wanna go or credit you in some form shape or way. I.e accessories, boutique items, etc.
 

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Lol.. I’m not a payment guy. I was just curious if there was an advantage to 2 vs 1.
I'm the same way. Nothing worse than making payments on toys. Truck payment and mortgage payment. Everything else is cash, or two or three payments, including credit cards.
 

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I'm the same way. Nothing worse than making payments on toys. Truck payment and mortgage payment. Everything else is cash, or two or three payments, including credit cards.
Well, it’s a good thing you’re not into 747’s for “toys”!! 🤣
 

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Well, it’s a good thing you’re not into 747’s for “toys”!! 🤣
LOL, you are right about that. I did actually get to fly an MD 80 once. On my dads last flight as captain when he retired (some 20+ years ago) he called me up to the cockpit and sat me in the co-pilots seat. Told me to grab the yolk then reached over and flipped off the auto pilot. I got to fly the plane for about 5 minutes. I gained a whole new respect for pilots after that! He started in Vietnam flying the F-105 then moved on to Continental Airlines. Not sure where I went wrong... :ROFLMAO:

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LOL, you are right about that. I did actually get to fly an MD 80 once. On my dads last flight as captain when he retired (some 20+ years ago) he called me up to the cockpit and sat me in the co-pilots seat. Told me to grab the yolk then reached over and flipped off the auto pilot. I got to fly the plane for about 5 minutes. I gained a whole new respect for pilots after that! He started in Vietnam flying the F-105 then moved on to Continental Airlines. Not sure where I went wrong... :ROFLMAO:

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Did your dad record that day on video?
 

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I'm the same way. Nothing worse than making payments on toys. Truck payment and mortgage payment. Everything else is cash, or two or three payments, including credit cards.
Agreed! I’m down to the wire on mortgage and truck. Everything else is paid for. Works good.
 
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