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post #1 of 38 (permalink) Old 03-20-2012, 04:07 PM Thread Starter
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jbs sheave

How much does the jbs sheave cost,cant seem to find it anywear...thanks!

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post #2 of 38 (permalink) Old 03-20-2012, 04:08 PM Thread Starter
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didnt really want to call him just to ask cost

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I think he charges around 300
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def worth it
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post #5 of 38 (permalink) Old 03-20-2012, 04:47 PM
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For me it was $300.00 with grease less sliders and overdrive rollers. The best thing I ever did to my Rhino, deffinetly worth more.
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I am very happy with mine and would recommend it.
If you don't want to call, PM him.

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ok thanks,I will call him when i am ready to order,I just didnt want to bother with a call for a price.....sounds like a real good mod that i will just have to get done.I bet it will really help out for these colorado mountains

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if your not buying the new sheave you can mail yours in and he will mill it for $100. then will set you up with the greseless weights and slides you need to go with it
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if your not buying the new sheave you can mail yours in and he will mill it for $100. then will set you up with the greseless weights and slides you need to go with it
is this the same mod or is it good but not as good?

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Same thing.... Just a way to save some hard earned money.... He also has used low mile ones for sale too.

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Same thing.... Just a way to save some hard earned money.... He also has used low mile ones for sale too.
very nice thanks alot for the info!

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same here, $300 for the whole setup, and $100 for a new factory yamaha belt, ($180 at my dealer!!). After some HARD CORE testing this weekend, if it were $500 id do it again! The only downside i found is with all the extra torque in low range, you will find the weak links! I broke 2 axles and blew a rear CV joint this weekend. BUT i was VERY HARD on the Rhino, keeping up with rigs on 40" tires on the BIG rocks in Disney Oklahoma.

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post #14 of 38 (permalink) Old 03-21-2012, 09:36 PM
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I recently put the JBS Sheave on my 660. I love it. Very happy with the purchase. I sent him my used sheave and he sent me out one of the low mile milled sheaves these guys are talking about. Plus a t shirt, koozie and stickers. James was great to work with.
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Just finished the install of the JBS Sheave on my 450... Cant wait to really test it out in the Deep Stuff next weekend at the RedNeck Yacht Club for Trucks Gone Wild OR should I say RHINO`s gone wild... James is a great GUY I had the pleasure also T-shirts Koozies the whole 9 yards..........:ba nana::bana na:

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