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Old 02-25-2004, 12:05 AM
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Looking for input on passports extended warranty.
any input onclaims etc would be appreciated
i know they cover 575 's except blower hmmmm???
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Old 02-25-2004, 08:25 PM
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Their is a leter in Extreme boats this month about the 5 year warranty on merc engine and drives and them not living up to it on the drives, I think the boat was a 35 Formula might be worth reading.

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I have heard good and bad.

Got them free when I bought the last boat and fornunately have not had to find out first hand.

My dealer did tell me that they are really cheap and only want to cover as little as possible. They make him reuse everything that can be repaired and but back in.
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Had a cable and drive leak fixed with a Passport warranty in the past. My warranty covered only engine and outdrive.
Only transferrable one time to a new owner.
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I have a 4 year extended warranty on both engines and drives through Marine Innovations. I grenaded a drive recently and they paid the 6k to replace it no questions asked. I would think Passport would do the same???
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Never had any problem with passport
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thanks for all your input working a deal on a used boat with 4yrs of the passport eng drive wty and since it has 575's i though might be a good way to go
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Jonas,

Be carful of High Hour 575's on big 42 foot boats. Let me know when you'll be in Florida so you can take a look at
"On the Prowl" 680 HP low hour motors. Full serviced drives. 93MPH

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thanks for all your input folks...
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I had to use my passport a couple of times, had no problems with them.
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