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post #1 of 15 Old 08-22-2004, 04:23 AM Thread Starter
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Yamaha Rhino

Anybody got any experience with one of these? Its a side by side. It looks like it would be perfect for the wife and I. It seems a little pricey but from what I see it may be well worth it.
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post #2 of 15 Old 12-13-2004, 08:43 PM
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I was looking at one of those the other day. Looks like a hoot to me!! Kinda been thinking a 4-wheeler might be in the cards some day, but this might be what I get. They look pretty tough as well, skid plate under the whole thing...
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I could think of 1000 uses for one of them but then again I can justify most anything. Unfortunately my wife is much more practical
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Yeah, you and Crunch and yer toys!!! :P :P Can't imagine that the wife would even notice!! :wink:
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Vinnie, my wife told me if I bring home anything this Xmas that has a motor I will be sleeping with it in the shed. I'm still debating the consequences
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Well, you'll never know if she's bluffing unless you go for it!!! :twisted:
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Vinnie, my wife told me if I bring home anything this Xmas that has a motor I will be sleeping with it in the shed. I'm still debating the consequences
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I have my 04 rhino for sale. I also have an Arctic Cat Prowler. Depending on what you want to do, they rock! You cant go through as much, but you can do more. In TX, you can drive them on the street as a slow moving farm vehicle, or register them. That is good for the beach. You can carry more, and if you need to ride with a guy it avoids the awkward front to rear scenario. My Brute force gets alot of garage time, the side-by-side gets the most use. I don't know your situation, I like the beach and live on 1200 acres, I'll take the side-by-side. It hauls more and pulls more. JMHO

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Buy a used jeep instead.
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Buy a used jeep instead.
Wow, I made this post over 4 years ago and here it is again. Yes your right,I bought a Jeep Wrangler. I moved to an area where i can no longer ride off road right from the back door. I was just down at the Honda dealer and they are making a bad ass looking side by side as well.
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May I know what exactly are you all talking about??? I'm completely unaware of the stuff..
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Comfortable interior with automotive-type controls: Stylish steering wheel, three-point seat belt with anti-cinch shoulder belt, left-side foot brake pedal/right-side foot accelerator pedal, center-mounted console shifter and parking brake lever, turn-to-start ignition switch, indicator lights and 12-volt accessory outlet.
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Sold the Prowler, got a Teryx sport. Then traded it in on a RZR 900XP. The RZR doesn't have a hitch and has a much smaller bed. However the damn thing hauls ass! Does close to 80. John Deere is supposedly coming out with some sort of kick ass side by side as well. I learned that the seat belts are quite useful after getting ejected doing donuts. Broke 4 ribs, punctured a lung, and chipped a bone in my arm.

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