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08 700 Rhino Head Gasket

Got an 08 700 rhino that is loosing coolant somewhere and is starting to smoke.

I'm gonna say the head gasket is gone.

Haven't torn into it yet but was wondering if there is anything special I need to know i.e. gasket styles or even other things that should be changed with it.

Any input would be greatly appreciated..

Never tore into these motors before.. cant be too difficult.
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If you are going that far, I would just pull the cylinder, send to millennium technology to be replated, get new rings, deck the head and maybe valve stem seals.

Watch the video video below when you go back with it so you get it timed right.

Also, pull the bed off and work from rear, much easier on back.

https://www.hunterworks.com/stage_i_cam_install

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If you are going that far, I would just pull the cylinder, send to millennium technology to be replated, get new rings, deck the head and maybe valve stem seals.

Watch the video video below when you go back with it so you get it timed right.

Also, pull the bed off and work from rear, much easier on back.

Ok thanks for the info.. appreciate it man

https://www.hunterworks.com/stage_i_cam_install

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Appreciate it brotha thanks for the info.
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