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post #1 of 20 (permalink) Old 05-01-2012, 12:56 PM Thread Starter
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Full Bore, 4 seat, Long Travel Rhino for sale!

SOLD SOLD SOLD!



Up for grabs is a cherry 2006 660cc Yamaha Rhino. Meticulously maintained!
2100 miles - 171 hours

Billet exhaust tip
CDI
Dual batteries
Horn
Billet rear view mirror
Grant Steering wheel w/ quick release
Autometer fuel level, Voltage, and water temp gauges
Stereo system w/ 2 6x9's, 10" subwoofer, amplifier, iPod/MP3 ready

Orange Full Bore plastics
4 seat LTI cage powdercoated silver
Removable Sunbrella top
Lighted whip mount wired into cage
Cooler rack with JP cooler

Custom suspension seats - Hi back in the front, and bench in the rear w/ silver, black, and grey carbon fiber vinyl
Custom matching arm rest and center console w/ cup holders
DJ Safety 4 point harness'

LTI (Long Travel Rhino) long travel suspension w/ King shocks
5 - ITP SS 12" Chrome Wheels
5 - ITP Terracross 25" tires

2 other sets of chrome ITP Wheels and tires. 1 set has new Skat Track sand tires, other set has 489's - These 2 wheel sets are not included in this sale, but are negotiable!

$11,000 Will consider trade for nice Polaris Ranger!

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post #4 of 20 (permalink) Old 05-15-2012, 09:42 PM Thread Starter
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are you looking for a ranger or ranger rzr. i have a nice 08 rzr with lsr +8 kit i may be willing to trade if your intrested. i want to get into something with 4 seats
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if you climb hill you dont want a fabbed 4 seater, i like it except for that. oh yea and its a clone chino. what was you wanting for the rzr. and are you in west virginia. let me know.
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I was just wanting to trade my rzr not sell it. I dont climb i just take the family out in the desert. I live in cottonwood az. Ive had two rhinos prior to my rzr. What do u mean it is a clone chino?
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They are made by hisun all parts from a yamaha fit them but they can save you acouple grand. Look at rhinoclone.com some people say they are junk but I have gave this thing hell from water to thee seats to mud and gutted rock bellows. Just looked up the sheave and it takes a 660 sheave . A lip on the sheave is the differane between a 700 an 660. I had a buddy that is wanting a rzr I love this thing. But lok at that sight maybe u can come accross one for a great price or a 4 seat lift one for a tfrade for that rzr
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They are made by hisun all parts from a yamaha fit them but they can save you acouple grand. Look at rhinoclone.com some people say they are junk but I have gave this thing hell from water to thee seats to mud and gutted rock bellows. Just looked up the sheave and it takes a 660 sheave . A lip on the sheave is the differane between a 700 an 660. I had a buddy that is wanting a rzr I love this thing. But lok at that sight maybe u can come accross one for a great price or a 4 seat lift one for a tfrade for that rzr
????? Ever heard of puncuation?? How is Brian's Rhino a clone? It says Yamaha right on the tailgate, plus he would not buy a cheap knock off.


“You like to use the outdoors? Well maybe your children would like that opportunity also, protect and fight for your land before it is gone!"
07 Rhino, aftermarket cage and doors, Billet Speciality Beadlocks, LST LT w/Elkas, Bronco clutch, light bar w/ 4 HIDS, PRP seats and lots of other money wasted....
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They are made by hisun all parts from a yamaha fit them but they can save you acouple grand. Look at rhinoclone.com some people say they are junk but I have gave this thing hell from water to thee seats to mud and gutted rock bellows. Just looked up the sheave and it takes a 660 sheave . A lip on the sheave is the differane between a 700 an 660. I had a buddy that is wanting a rzr I love this thing. But lok at that sight maybe u can come accross one for a great price or a 4 seat lift one for a tfrade for that rzr
????? Ever heard of puncuation?? How is Brian's Rhino a clone? It says Yamaha right on the tailgate, plus he would not buy a cheap knock off.
I'm on a cellphone;didn't know I was back in college sorry if I offended anyones educational background, thought we were all just outdoorsman with a common link. Guess not.
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They are made by hisun all parts from a yamaha fit them but they can save you acouple grand. Look at rhinoclone.com some people say they are junk but I have gave this thing hell from water to thee seats to mud and gutted rock bellows. Just looked up the sheave and it takes a 660 sheave . A lip on the sheave is the differane between a 700 an 660. I had a buddy that is wanting a rzr I love this thing. But lok at that sight maybe u can come accross one for a great price or a 4 seat lift one for a tfrade for that rzr
????? Ever heard of puncuation?? How is Brian's Rhino a clone? It says Yamaha right on the tailgate, plus he would not buy a cheap knock off.
I'm on a cellphone;didn't know I was back in college sorry if I offended anyones educational background, thought we were all just outdoorsman with a common link. Guess not.
Very hard to read and understand what you wrote. That's all I was getting at.


“You like to use the outdoors? Well maybe your children would like that opportunity also, protect and fight for your land before it is gone!"
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I thought he was talking about my rig not brians. My rig is a clone. With a lot of yamaha parts an plastic. My hood is a yamaha. My frame is not. My engine is about half n half. Wish I had brians. Nice rig again brian.
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Sorry bro the guy ask me what a rhino clone was and I was just telling him .
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So confused???? Bump for Brian.

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