Your hand around the cage there is a huge red flag! Looks like fun, but you need some half doors, some oh **** handles in a few spots, and maybe a lil wider offset wheel. I want to go out there one day!
I do agree on the hand on the bar outside, I also mentioned it was the first trip out. The rhino has some legminders, new wheels offset with the Terracross and some 2in spacers on rear, CDI (brp) K&N intake and jetting. I will keep adding more, need a harness bar and new belts next for saftey. Moab is a great place for the Rhino, need to go back soon.
Some of the arch pics were from the Arches National Park the riding was at Moab Ut. There are some natural arches on some of the trails. The one where my inlaws and kids are standing on top is the Jemini Bridges, the hole under them the trail is Bull Canyon.
Seat belt always on! Just need better ones. The pic with the hand on the bar you can not see the seat belt but trust me it was on, I never took it off on that trip unless I was spoting my father in law on his.
Yes, I also check in on the utvrally site often.http://www.utvrally.com/
I want to make it, I am pretty sure I am but not 100% yet. I have not reserved a spot at the camp ground. Those cabins look like the way to go, that way you just tow a flat trailer making the trip faster than towing my large 5th wheel.
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