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post #1 of (permalink) Old 11-05-2006, 05:50 PM
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NEW 2 RHINO

I JUST PURCHASED A NEW 05 RHINO660. I ORDERED A REAR ROLL BAR SO I CAN PUT SEATS AND BELTS IN SO THE WHOLE FAMILY RIDE ALONG. I HAVE A QUESTION FOR ANY ONE THAT COULD PLEASAE HELP. I HAVE BEEN SEARCHING E BAY FOR AFTER MARKET STUFF AND I SEE ALOT OF SPACERS FOR THE WHEELS DO THESE REALLY HELP AND IF SO WHAT WIDTH DO I PURCHASE?
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post #2 of (permalink) Old 11-26-2006, 10:32 AM
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Re: NEW 2 RHINO

hey man, im fairly new to rhino's too. check out this site, LOTS n LOTS of info. im sure you'll find your answers there.
www.utilityoffroad.com
see ya on the trails.....
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post #3 of (permalink) Old 12-08-2006, 03:08 PM
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Re: NEW 2 RHINO

Making any vehicle wider will make it more stable. But if your a trail rider like myself and there are lots of trees where you ride the gain is not worth the sacrifice.
True 4 seats far exceed what it's designed for but they are not "tippy" or top heavy by nature. If you don't ride in tight areas none of this matters, put them on!
What size? With stock wheels use the same front & rear as the wheels have the correct offset (they are different). If you use different wheels with the wrong offset (they are all the same) you can compensate with spacers in different widths.

Good luck!
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RHInew - if you haven't already, get down to your local Yamaha dealer. As part of a three-step safety initiative, Yamaha will not only put on 2" spacers, but they'll pull the rear sway bar (they recommend doing that in combination with the spacers) and put half-doors on for you. FREE FREE FREE Baby!

Pick up a FREE copy of the new UTV safety video, and you'll get coupon good for $100 off a helmet too.



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