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2004 Yamaha RHINO 660 - $4000.00


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Base side by side 2004 Rhino, 660cc carb. engine with Mudd buster cam & head porting. New top end with 660 raptor cylinder stock bore.HMF 2-2Complete exhaust, Moose clutch kit Alba triple pass radiator, custom made shroud, and high flow fan. Pro CRAFT +6 A-arms, Elka fully adjustable Suspension, Gorilla High strength +6 axles, rear diff has been drilled and Left and right axles bolted together. Pro Armor front bumper,skidplate,tow hook, Nerf bars, Lonestar side bars, Maier plastic all round, Line-Xbed liner. Duro power grip tires, Douglas spyder beadlock wheels, WARN 4000 lb winch with remote. This a very modifyed side by side for the serious off roading fun. The new top end was put on last winter and doesn't have more than 10 hours on it. The frame attachment point for the rear end has been modified. (Weak point on Rhino) Now has box frame with tempored steel rod thru the tube that the rear end mounts two. The A-arms are very strong, but the factory coating is peeling off. Has new wheel bearings all round, done when engine was done, also has drilled hubs, so you can take off the wheels screw on grease zirks and apply grease to bearings. The rear dump bed was lifted one inch for wheel clearance.. Rear bumper on the left side is bent in (Backed into tree) it also is removalable with two bolts. larger than stock steering wheel to make sterring easy, dual battery switch, one stock battery, one heavy duty marine battery, under driverseat. Info: [email protected]

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