Same with me, It seems can-am really got the frame right, which is a good thing for sure.I've heard of some Can-am frames getting bent or cracked... but it was from harsh contacts with other quads or stationary objects. . . i've pushed mine pretty hard and came up short on some bigger jumps without any problems.
True but I cant find the pieces that I need for mine. But I have found some where local that can straightin it for me.the bottom plate on canam frames is forged aluminum=bends not cracks, and if any component is bend or broke it can be removed and replaced with a brand new piece and hardware, much nicer than welding up a cracked or broken piece of aluminum