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I have been wondering what it took to become certified as a Ski Doo
Tech.. Does anyone have an idea?
 

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Lately it looks like you'd have lots bussiness!
I think you need to be sent by a dealership to the BRP tech school.
Not positive though
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Just get a job at a dealer. Start by cleaning the floors, and within a week or so you will be a certified Doo tech. Dont beleive me, just go visit a few of them. You would think some of their techs have no knowledge or experience.

I called 5 different dealers abot the slider wear on the SC4 suspension, and got 5 different answers. At the end of the day, they wore to the line and havent wore again in 600 miles. I got 1 person who gave me the correct answer, the rest were pretty much dead wrong.

 

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I realize that. I would just like to know a few other things. I help quite a
few guys out with their sleds. Just general repair though. Don't want
to be at the dealership, heck I just paid $19 a piece for sliders.what a joke. It just reminded me why I shop on the internet.
 

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im taking tests every week, and let me tell you some of them arent easy, a floor sweeper would have fun! you have to know the product and the ins and outs or you dont get your certification at our dealership there is 3 certified mechanics, and were just a small dealer. there is sales and tec, and ive got both but its taken me some time
 
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