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If you’re hearing chatter coming from the transmission area of your Can-Am Maverick, checking your clutches before assuming the worst is recommended. But if premature transmission failure has occurred, Everything Can-Am Offroad has the replacement parts and components needed to get your side-by-side back up and in working order again. From Can-Am Maverick transmission shift forks to gearbox replacements, you’re sure to find exactly what you’re after here at Everything Can-Am Offroad. Depending on your riding style as well as the size of your tires, a Can-Am Maverick transmission gear reduction kit might be of interest. Many riders even choose to install 6×6 transmissions into their Mavericks for added torque and more tire-turning power in the mud. But if you’re doing the mechanic work yourself, get ready for a project. To swap out a Can-Am Maverick transmission, you’ll have to pull the motor and unhook pretty much everything except the radiator lines. In addition to basic hand tools, you’re also going to want a clutch puller to make things easier. And while you’ve got everything disassembled and pulled apart, you might as well throw in some solid engine mounts. Although solid engine mounts do vibrate the cab slightly more, they prevent engine flex. Plus, the stock engine mounts tend to wear quickly, and need replaced either way. Be it transmission gear kits or Can-Am dry shafts, you can fix any Maverick transmission with the replacement transmission parts from Everything Can-Am Offroad!

Whether you’ve got the X3 Maverick or a Maverick XMR, the transmission components you seek can be found at Everything Can-Am Offroad. Need a Can-Am Maverick transmission rebuild kit? Or how about some transmission fluid for basic service and maintenance? If you hear clicking noises coming from your UTV and your drain plug is full of metal chunks, you’ve got a problem. Although it is normal to see few fine metal shavings on the drain plug, larger pieces of metal debris is indicative of a serious problem. Whatever’s going on with your rig’s tranny, the right solution is but a few clicks away. After all, why pay more for a completely new transmission when you don’t have to? All your issues can be solved with the help of Everything Can-Am Offroad!

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