BRP really dropped the ball on this sled. No spares and no tools. Did they forget that it's a 2-stroke??
Was 5 hours from home and a plug failed with 2100 miles on the sled. Quickly discovered after searching through several gas stations and hardware stores that they can only be found at a dealer. Managed to find a dealer an hour away and picked up some new ones. Only wasted 4 hours!! Now I have spares in my trailer.
Older sled had a place to carry spare plugs and came from the factory with tools that worked, so changing on the trail was no big deal. Done it several times. Couln't find a place to carry a spare and the tools that come on the belt guard for the xs renegade are useless. Glad this didn't happen 4 hours ride from the trailer.
The only thing that worked was a plug socket and a wrench. Probably would have been easier if I removed the hood, but don't want to carry more tools so I can take the hood off on the side of the trail!
Asked the dealer about trail tools and he looked at me like I was crazy.
Wondering how others are carrying spare plugs and what tools they carry for changing.