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Why wait,do it now you won’t regret it. I have had my 17 Spyder RTL for 2 years now and 16000 miles and love everything about it.
Go out and ryde an RTL or F3 L and see which one fits you.
Good Luck
 

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I'm agreeing with Minandmike201. Do it now is a useful motto for you, in my opinion. Therse things can go like stink and are able to surprise many 2 wheel riders through the twisties. Great for touring with just a small inconvience in city traffic where 2 wheelers are able to weave much more often.
 

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I’m 66 and retired and have been riding my 2005 Vulcan classic 800 for years now. Getting more into the Spyder RT. HOPEFULLY, we will be owners next year.
I’ll be a retired first timer too ( never had a motorcycle before).
Just starting to look around. Not many dealers or used Spyders to look at here. Considering a used RT 2015-2018. I’ll probably get serious next riding season ( ‘23 ) when there are more bikes choose from .
 

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New to Can AM. Just bought a 2017 CAN AM LT with 385 miles on it. I am trying to find a PDF or place to buy the owners manual. I am snow birding in FLA. Bike is in Ohio waiting on my return. would like to read manual now
any help finding manual ?
 

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New to Can AM. Just bought a 2017 CAN AM LT with 385 miles on it. I am trying to find a PDF or place to buy the owners manual. I am snow birding in FLA. Bike is in Ohio waiting on my return. would like to read manual now
any help finding manual ?
Try going to BRP website, I believe you can find a downloadable manual there.
I have a 17 RTL also, I have a manual on my tablet if I can send it to you I will.
Let me check to see if it will let me share it.
Check back here later for answer
Artie
 
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