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Old 05-15-2010, 11:09 AM
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Utvcrap Greaseless Overdrive weights

Utvcrap now stocks the overdrive greaseless weight for the rhino 660 and 700..... we also are the first dealers in the world to stock the 660 and 450 greaseless cam plate sliders so now you dont have to buy a 700 cam plate to run greaseless in your 660 and now you can go greaseless on your rhino 450 or grizzley ..............






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Old 05-15-2010, 11:12 AM
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Best bang for the buck right there....

Wet clutch and internals too huh.
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Old 05-15-2010, 11:14 AM
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Hey I just ordered the 700 cam plate from you guy's and have not recieved it yet nor has it shipped so does this mean I do not need the 700 cam plate and can get away with graesless sliders and OD weights for less? I have a 2007 660.
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Old 05-15-2010, 11:20 AM
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yes, we have the 660 cam plate sliders now.. we will refund the 700 cam plate and ship the order on monday.
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Old 05-15-2010, 11:48 AM
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So Nick I don't have to do anything with my order? And I now can see why people like to do business with UTV CRAP! I have bought something from you in the past but not much and now this. I can assure you I will be doing business with you int he future! I have recently had some customer relationship issues with other vendors and am not impressed. But you guy's are outstanding. Thanks Rob.
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Old 05-15-2010, 11:51 AM
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thanks rob. we will get it taken care of on monday for you.
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Best bang for the buck right there....

Wet clutch and internals too huh.

yes we had the wet clutch made for the 660 its tuneable as to engagement and disengage too... at has huge pads on it so no slipping on this bad boy its going to be great for the guys running mud and big tires ...
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Best bang for the buck right there....

Wet clutch and internals too huh.

yes we had the wet clutch made for the 660 its tuneable as to engagement and disengage too... at has huge pads on it so no slipping on this bad boy its going to be great for the guys running mud and big tires ...
Right on...I finally put my wet clutch back to stock..
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same thing you did
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what are the pros and cons for these greaselss rollers
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