Not sure if this is the correct place to put this, but I have a serious question that has happened to me. I recently decided to purchase my first side by side. I found a Polaris 900 xp in great condition from the looks of photos. I decided to go to the business to see it in person. We fired it up and took it for a ride and it seemed fine. We asked the best he would take for it and he wouldn't budge on the price. So We asked if there was anything wrong with it at all. He said they had it in the shop and looked all over it and they didn't see or hear anything. So we decided to take it for that price. I ran it on our property not even 3 days and everytime I would throw it in reverse it would slip gears. So I had called them up and they said it was sold as is and but they said I could take it back to them and they would check it out. Now I decided to take it to our local dealer instead which he dropped the tranny and checked internally and found out the rear gear was stripped and pieces flew into the rear differentials and high gear so all three need replaced. Now the question is, is there anything that can be done to the business that originally sold me the side by side? or anything I can do period? or do I just got to suck it up and pay for it and learn from the lesson?