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Old 09-06-2010, 08:09 PM   #1
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yamaha rhino

my dad is looking at getting a rhino so im wondering does anyone have one or know someone that has one? and could you give me any info? thanks a lot!
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Old 09-06-2010, 08:12 PM   #2
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i know i always wanted one.lol extreme 4x4 just built one up last week. they suck for real tight trails.
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Old 09-06-2010, 08:30 PM   #3
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My buddy in NY had one years ago. Good for work or fun. I look in craigslist all the time and never see them. Have you looked at the new John Deere utility vehicles? They are awesome! Expensive, but awesome.
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I've had a Rhino for about four years. Very reliable motor, it just won't die. They are sort of midway between a work horse and a purely recreational utv. Check out some of the Rhino forums, there are a few.
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RZR > Rhino
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I've had a Rhino for about four years. Very reliable motor, it just won't die. They are sort of midway between a work horse and a purely recreational utv. Check out some of the Rhino forums, there are a few.
x2. Its a good utv for having fun, but also being able to do work with. It is actually not that bad on trails because it is only slightly wider than an atv and not as wide as a RZR. If your looking at a purely recreational utv then i suggest the Can-Am Commander. That thing is badass. There was an article in a atv magazine about it a couple months ago if you google it. IMO its better than the RZR.
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For what it is, its a great machine. Got plenty of work capability, as well as a little play mixed in for getting out on the trails for some weekend fun. My dad has had one since 06 and he absolutely loves it. He replaced one of his 4x4 quads with it at my recommendation, and he has been very happy he listened. Tons of aftermarket parts and accessories available for them too.
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We have had a rhino for a few years now. Built tough. Reliable. Capable. Thing is a machine. We have had water pouring over the hood and driven right out with no problems. By far, out performs the Razr.

-I also recommend looking at the Can Am Commander 1000. Its like a Rhino on steroids.
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