It comes as the company met its second quarter forecasts as it posted the numbers.
The company reported a fiscal second-quarter profit of US$430.5mln, while earnings for the three months, adjusted for one-time gains and costs, were 82 US cents a share.
The firm unveiled a jump in first quarter profits and revenues, boosted by growth in its towable recreational vehicles business.
In the quarter to November 25, gross profit surged 117.6% to US$62.8mln from US$28.9mln the same period a year ago.
Revenue gained 83.5% to US$450mln from US$245.3mln as growth in the towables business offset lower revenues from the motorised vehicle unit.
Shares closed Tuesday down 0.95% at US$57.40 each.
Uber, the taxi app firm, was also in focus on Wednesday morning. The group was said to have suffered a setback after an EU court classified as a transport service and regulated like other taxi operators.
The ruling could impact other online businesses in Europe.
Analysts predict the group will report earnings of 37 US cents per share on revenue of US$2bn.