If your Can-Am Commander transmission went out, or if you’re just looking for some Can-Am Commander transmission upgrades, you’ll find everything you need and more here at Everything Can-Am Offroad. Want to swap a transmission from a 6×6 into your Can-Am Commander for a gear reduction in both High and Low? Are you mechanically illiterate and need transmission replacement parts that bolt right up to your machine just like factory transmission parts do? Whatever the case may be, we’ve got you covered with the highest-quality transmission parts and accessories for the Can-Am Commander on the market. If you or another driver consistently shifts your Commander in and out of gear before the machine has stopped completely, the gears will start to grind and it might become difficult to pop out of gear once the clutch is engaged. You can change the linkage as well as the primary clutch bearings, and you can take the transmission apart without removing it by bending down the 1.5″-thick side cover that supports the factory skid plates. Once you’ve opened it up, you’ll be able to replace the transmission gears as well as the sliders that engage them by slipping the gears onto the shaft and holding them in place with snap rings; no pressing required. In some cases, removing the transmission completely may be required. But if you can install replacement Can-Am Commander transmission parts using the method above, you’ll save a great deal of both time and money.
Whether you need a few transmission cogs or want to completely rebuild your Commander’s transmission gear box, Everything Can-Am Offroad is the first place you should look for all your transmission replacement needs. Simple things like changing the transmission fluid or mounting a spring to help pull the linkage forward are worth a shot. But if all else fails, a transmission replacement might be necessary. From complete transmissions for the Can-Am Commander to components like transfer cases and angle sensor plugs, we’ve got you covered no matter what your Commander’s transmission needs. Faulty transmission wire harnesses are common on machines with Sport Low Mode, and the gear position wires on the side of the transmission can become disconnected as well. But regardless of your issues, solutions are available here at Everything Can-Am Offroad!