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Rear Differential Support-Rhino. A must have

Under aggressive driving conditions the rear differential housing can experience heavy torque loads that can cause cracking of the aluminum housing. This support kit aids in securing the rear differential housing for extreme offroad use.


available for the Rhino 700.
This is a must have for Mid and Long Travel suspension upgrades!


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In stock for the 700 and the 660

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Dont go riding with out one

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In stock, Lock that diff down before it cracks

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Do you have one yet ?

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Easy insatll , plenty in sock

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Dont hit the trails with out it !

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I need one of these. what's the best way to order, here or on your website?

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Steve, does the 660 fit on a 450 Rhino? I'd think maybe, have been looking at supports, it's a good investment. What's your $$$ valve

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Steve, does the 660 fit on a 450 Rhino? I'd think maybe, have been looking at supports, it's a good investment. What's your $$$ valve

You and me and the MFG are in the same boat, He is going to see if he knows anyone with a 450 to be a 100% sure. as of tight now he does not know any one with a 450 to check with. I am thinking yes as the dif and the frame are the same so.......

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Do you offer one for the front, on a 660?

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Negitive on the front diff support.

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Steve, does the 660 fit on a 450 Rhino? I'd think maybe, have been looking at supports, it's a good investment. What's your $$$ valve

You and me and the MFG are in the same boat, He is going to see if he knows anyone with a 450 to be a 100% sure. as of tight now he does not know any one with a 450 to check with. I am thinking yes as the dif and the frame are the same so.......

Here is the link for the online info and Price tag.

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Stevo... Did you ever find anything out on the 450 fit? Checked out the web page.

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Ordered mine... To bad y'all couldn't just drop it at my house and save me the shipping since I live 5 minutes away lol

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Steve, does the 660 fit on a 450 Rhino? I'd think maybe, have been looking at supports, it's a good investment. What's your $$$ valve

You and me and the MFG are in the same boat, He is going to see if he knows anyone with a 450 to be a 100% sure. as of tight now he does not know any one with a 450 to check with. I am thinking yes as the dif and the frame are the same so.......

Here is the link for the online info and Price tag.

Rear Differential Support-Rhino 660 & 700 - Black Rhino Performance
Stevo... Did you ever find anything out on the 450 fit? Checked out the web page.

No I have not, I have asked a couple of other people with no luck. I left him a message. He did not seam to have any Idea of where he was going to get a 450. I have asked Jason and he is not sure. I have you name on my desk so evey day i see it. I am just waiting for a local guy that pops in or i hear of some one.

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