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CCM ROD SHOP introduces its newest line of products for the Yamaha Rhino. The “BILLET MAGNUM†Shifter Knob. The shifter knobs are machined from a solid piece of 6061 aluminum and are polished to a mirror finish. The shift knobs are machined to aerospace tolerances for an accurate fit and unequaled quality. The shifters also

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