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Offroad Short Course

Be it on the sandy desserts or muddy lowlands, any Offroad short course setup for the Can-Am Defender is never complete without an Offroad short course communication system. Sure the Defender may not be able to hold its own against something like a Maverick, but without an Offroad short course system, even other Defenders are at an advantage. As they say, two heads are better than one, and five heads are better than two. And with an Offroad short course comm system in your Defender, the driver, crew chief, mechanic, and other team members can all be synced up, connected, and ready to join forces to go for gold. On the crew side, a headset, a radio, and a radio coil cord allow spotters, technicians, and pit crew to notify the driver of anything and everything that pops up during the head of a race. On the driver side, a multi-channel radio receiver sends voice communications to in-helmet speakers or earbuds, while helmet boom mics and push-to-talk buttons allow the driver to talk back to his or her teammates and crew. Look at anyone with accolades in the Offroad short course division and they’re sure to have a communication system in their Can-Am defender.

For those who don’t race regularly, an Offroad short corse communication system isn’t exclusively for race use. Yes they excel in racing applications, but you can also use them for recreational purposes. Use the Offroad short course system when racing, then swap out and add a few simple accessories to use it in the field, at the dunes, or in the back woods. Don’t be caught in the middle of nowhere without a proper communication system. And don’t wait till the middle of a race to realize that you need a way to receive official communications from race referees. With an Offroad short course communication system from Everything Can-Am Offroad, you can do it all!

And what about small parts, should you bring some of those along as well? Short answer, yes. A belt is good to have on the machine at all times, and having an axle in the bike or at the very least the truck is also good. It’s hard to know exactly where to draw the line with what to bring, but you definitely need to have room for a cooler full of beverages no matter what. And don’t forget to bring a clutch tool for changing the belt, electrical tape, crescent wrenches, and hose clamps.

Regarding at-home Can-am Defender tools, a grease gun is a must for greasing up wheel bearings. If you’re doing any work on the clutch, be it either the primary or secondary, you’re going to need a special CVT clutch tool if you want to do it right. This tool loosens the belt up by spreading the secondary sheaves, making it so that when you put it all back together, you can do so much easier and, more importantly, correctly. Your Can-Am Defender clutch isn’t something you want to cut corners on, especially since it is your main source to make a machine move. Of course there are ways around using specialized UTV tools, but for what they cost we would without a doubt just recommend buying the right tools to get the job done right the first time.

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