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      2007 Yamaha RHINO with only 1,270 miles. Engine size is 660 cc.It is special edition blue.This machine runs and preforms great with no known issues. The undercarriage looks average for a trail ridden machine. The differentials look great, not stained from excessive mudding. The tires have about 90% tread left. Sience this is a special edition it has factory aluminim wheels, silver shocks,silver seats,and stearing wheel upgrade. Contact me at [email protected]

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    • 2015 Joyner Renegade Great customer service

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    • 2006 Custom Yamaha Rhino 660 4x4 - Rear Bench - $4500

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