Interesting....because the Rhino 700 first came out in 2008. A socket and a breaker bar are all that's usually needed to remove lug nuts. Before jacking up the beast, try loosening the lug nuts while the tires are still on the ground. If the nuts still won't budge, use a long pipe placed over your breaker bar to apply leverage.
What are you experiencing? Are they just too tight to turn or might you have some kind of security lug nuts or something preventing you from getting a socket or lug wrench on the lug nuts? You are talking about the lug nuts for the wheels and not the axle nuts, right? If you have some leverage with the 10mm wheel studs the lug nuts will come free or shear the stud off with little trouble.
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