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post #1 of 16 (permalink) Old 03-16-2012, 06:18 PM Thread Starter
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Cabelas selling Rhino knock off!

I received my Cabela Auto & ATV catalog yesterday and on the back it has what looks similar to a Rhino 2 and 4 seat version 500 and 700cc along with 2 atv's and something that looks like a Prowler with a 800 v-twin. They are under the Coleman name. You can see them at (Cabela's: Coleman ATVs). Thought it was interesting, the two that look like Rhinos that have a 500 and 700cc motor go for $7899 to $8799 and the larger 800 for $9999. They all seem to have the diff lock just like the Yamaha.
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post #2 of 16 (permalink) Old 03-16-2012, 08:04 PM
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For not much more you can get the real thing...If these were 3500 bux instead I might consider it.

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i saw one in glendale az cabellas it looks good from far but far from good pile of sh**, super cheezy looking lights and the giant coleman sticker on the bed..
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When I was growing up the only thing Coleman sold was camping assessories. In the past few years they have branched out and sell just about anything. While the Coleman name was excellent for camping equipment, now all these new products are cheap crap from China.
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So thats what Yamaha did with all the 2010 rhino's they never released because of the law suits....

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I agree, has anyone seen this. It looks a lot like the 4 seat version Coleman is selling
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I agree, has anyone seen this. It looks a lot like the 4 seat version Coleman is selling
What does that have for an engine .... diesel ?

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According to the web site they have either a 500 or 700cc gas motor the 700 actually being the same 686cc like the Rhino.
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According to the web site they have either a 500 or 700cc gas motor the 700 actually being the same 686cc like the Rhino.
I was being sarcastic, with the weight of the camper you'd prob need big power to move that rig.
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Rotax that camper!
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SXS are the big thing everyone is gunna try and get a hand in it to make some $!

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I hope someone comes out with a RYC (Rotax your Camper) for that monstrosity...
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Do these things run off 9volts or those mini propane tanks?

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The 800 is like the rzr but with engine like the can-am so if i had 10 000 to blow i would try one.. They all come with warenty.
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All they are is rebaged Benche, HiSun, or whatever you want to call them...

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