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    I like seeing 50" trail models as I have some tight woods around my property, but do others like that smaller ride or is 60" as narrow as you want?
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    I have got to where I love a smaller machine. On trails (not haul roads/gravel roads), I can hang with all the big rigs as far as speed goes. Get on some rough smaller trails and I'm gone and setting there waiting on all those fast rides to catch up. I love having a few inches of trail to use when sliding through the turns. It's also nice to whip around a foot diameter rock in the trail instead of having to slow and run over it. That maverick trail is right up my alley, but it's a canned ham, so I'm not so sure about it. Don't take that the wrong way, cause I've never owned one. I do know one thing...Every single brand out there is the most reliable badest thing there is, just ask the owner.
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    so true, nope never rode a can-am let alone owned one I love the rhino but it has seen better days (it's become like an old harley knuckle, working on it more then riding it) I like the x4 for a family ride but more times then not it is just me running the hills behind my house and A 50" machine it perfect I keep hoping yamaha would throw their hat in the ring with an 850cc 50" machine.
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    I had a 50" rzr, it's like riding an atv with two people beside one another, way too tight for me.

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    I believe the size of the Rhino is perfect, only it needs to be a ft longer inside even if it means a ft more wheelbase. Just cramped and noisy. They need to grow a set of balls and bring the Rhino back new and improved. x4 motor with nice adjustable seats and steering column. Get the seat height a little lower than it is now. I guess what they are doing is waiting until everyone buys what is out there now so you have to trade up. Or, they ain't got the balls to build it.
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    as performance minded as the Japanese bike and car manufacturer's are, you would think they would build sport sxs, but only Yamaha has done it, and they presented a very mild version. the expected 2 seat version of the new Wolverine may be it if it has the R Spec or better suspension and good power.


    Quote Originally Posted by Hump View Post
    I believe the size of the Rhino is perfect, only it needs to be a ft longer inside even if it means a ft more wheelbase. Just cramped and noisy. They need to grow a set of balls and bring the Rhino back new and improved. x4 motor with nice adjustable seats and steering column. Get the seat height a little lower than it is now. I guess what they are doing is waiting until everyone buys what is out there now so you have to trade up. Or, they ain't got the balls to build it.

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    JBS Extreme Sheave Racing Series
    16 gram o.d., purple spring (thanks James)
    JBS Custom Roll Cage
    Eagle Eye HID Headlights (
    thanks James)
    JBS Suspension Springs
    Totron LED Light Bar (
    thanks Hump)
    JBS Doors
    YXZ1000R seats (thanks Jody)
    YXZ1000R steering wheel (thanks James)
    JBS Radiator Guards

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