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  1. They are both excellent machines. The belt is a little harder to change in the Teryx and a few other maintenance issues like the front hood makes it hard to access things (IE radiator, electrical). I prefer the Teryx though because they dont have the carburetion problems that I have seen in many Rhino over the years. I have all ways loved Yamaha motorcycles and not had as much luck with Kawasaki's, but in this case I would diffidently take the Teryx over the Rhino. Plus 750 engine will beat out the Yamaha 700 engine hands down - that V-twin is an awesome motor
  2. nocturnalsixer,You have never heard of the Mongrels or the Roctane? They are definitely the ticket - I prefer the Mongrels, but from what I have heard from people they like them both. I havent really got a chance to try the Roctanes in all the terrian that I have with the mongrels.
  3. Plumber, where you looking at price? or the best tire? also what size did you need? The tire for the money the Outback is a 6ply tire and has a larger lug depth and a thicker side wall, where the CST Ancla has a thinner side wall and smaller lugs. The two best tires I have used is the GBC Mongrel and the STI Roctane Mongrel : http://www.gbcmotorsports.com/kanati-mongrel-p-216.html Roctane: http://www.stitireandwheel.com/2012/12/roctane-xd/
  4. STI Tire & Wheel’s HD Alloy wheel line will be drawing even more attention soon with the introduction of the all-new HD5. The HD5 offers incomparable durability and a stunning new style, of course. The STI HD5 is available in sizes 12×7, 14×7 and 15×7 dimensions in the HD5 line up. The HD5 debuts in a striking Gloss Black finish with machined accents, topped with a Hi-Gloss clear coat seal. Adding to this wheel’s dynamic personality are chrome bolts and rivets. The final touch is a matching low-profile center cap. Like all STI HD Alloy series wheels, the lightweight HD5 comes with a no-
  5. Southern California race series for UTV and ATV's. Round 4 is this weekend at Perris Raceway on the Main Track. Gates Open at 7am Race starts at 8:30am UTV Entries are only $50
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