I purchased a new commander 1000xt and was told at the dealership I would be able to run 30's stock. I purchased a set and left, to let them put together commander and installl accessories I purchased. Upon returning I went to load commander on trailer and noticed the passenger side rear tire was rubbing, this is with me sitting on the drivers side and nothing on passenger side. I had even noticed that the rock sliders had been cut on the passenger side, obviously to try and cover up the fact the tire was rubbing. After talking to the dealer he stated that he must have been wrong and I needed smaller tires. No big deal. So I got a set of 28s. After getting it home I noticed it had a slight lean toward the passenger side with nothing in the commander and on level ground in my shop. So i started investigating, I measured every possible thing I could think of and have come to the conclusion that my trailing arm on the passenger is slightly shorter than on the driver side. The shocks are set the same, tires exactly the same size, and can find no other logical explanation. I also can find no sort of adjustment for the trailing arms. Has anyone ever heard of this problem? Did Can am have a bad batch of trailing arms? Or is this an issue when the bike was put together? I of course brought it back to dealership and he says that the commander is put together at factory, all he does is install seats, roll cage, etc. I thought he was just not willing to help me, so I called the Can am technical support, I presented my problem to the guy on the phone and he stated I had to be an authorized dealer or repair shop for him to be able to give me any advise or diagnosis. It doesnt effect the performance or ride as I have been on several trail rides as it sits. It is just annoying to pay 14k for something that sits crooked in my shop and people come by and ask why. PLEASE HELP!!