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Camorhino

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Posted: 12/22/13 11:00am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Getting the plate on the Rhino is easier than getting "the Bears" to leave you alone.....;-)

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Crazy Cooter wrote:

Come on Ed, tell em you have a plate on your RZR......


Yes I have one on my RZR but it's NOT California nor can i leagaly drive it on the street here !!!


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sptrucksbyed wrote:

Crazy Cooter wrote:

Come on Ed, tell em you have a plate on your RZR......


Yes I have one on my RZR but it's NOT California nor can i leagaly drive it on the street here !!!


We can only dream for now.....

I don't see any reason why if he made his own frame and titled as special construction it couldn't be done though. Probably got stopped all the time anyway.


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Posted: 12/22/13 09:12pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

No air bags......

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Posted: 12/23/13 08:37am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Think we are gonna get a RZR- looked at the Can Am as well. Both are very nice! since it is the wife's ride it is up to her- probably will buy something today. Bigger question is buy a stock one and do it up or go custom. The stock units look darn ugly next to custom! [emoticon]

Rhino is headed into the dealership for a repair estimate today but I sense it will be a total loss. Frame is broken in several areas above the front end, two areas along the passenger side main channel, and the whole steering assembly needs to be replaced. Certainly it could be fixed but not sure the $$$ pencils out. We will see.

Wish Yamaha had a four seat sport unit. No question all of the others are excellent but I would buy another Yamaha in a heart beat-


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I own a RZR. I'd look at Kawasaki and Arctic Cat too. My Can-am quad has 2600 miles and no troubles. I'll definitely consider a Can-am SxS next time. I agree with you on Yamaha. Have fun.


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Posted: 12/23/13 09:22am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Chris, you'll probably at a minimum, have to go custom roll cage. The 4 seaters tend to have enough height because of the back seats you start hitting bunks and stuff you never did before. Did your WW have bunks in the back? The couch with the flip up back was our issue. My daughter has a T4 Kawi, and she has to let air out of the tires to squeek in, with the plastic top on.

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my996duc1 wrote:

I have a picture of a Rhino with CA plate....
Not easy to get the plate on it.......




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Posted: 12/24/13 11:03am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Wonder if that Rhino requires a helmet?

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Posted: 01/06/14 09:16am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Bought the wife a RZR 900 for XMAS and need to order custom cage for sure and will do seats/harness. She loves it which is all that matters.

Very good friend bought a RZR 1000 and all I can say is wow! I will be buying one as soon as they figure out the belt issue. He blew a belt after 5 easy rides.

While we were in Glamis we had numerous people ask how many belts we had blown on the 1000 and one of the stores said they could have sold well over 200 belts during New Years.

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