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    Quote Originally Posted by AkRhino View Post
    Timmi, do you know when they release the new 2023 machines?
    the way things are going right now, people can't even get 2022 models, so Lord only knows. I'll reply if I hear anything.

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    Appreciate it Timmi.

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    I still haven't heard anything about new models, I haven't forgotten about it though

    I know this forum isn't so active anymore, most people have gone to facebook. James is going to get this site migrated to another host, maybe that will help .

    James is slammed with work, Rmax sheaves as well as Kawasaki krx and teryx sheaves are selling as fast or faster than he can get the parts and get them milled.
    Last edited by Timmi; 03-04-2022 at 03:03 PM.

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    Looks like I'm picking up an X2 850 soon, hate to part with the Rhino, there's a lot of blood and sweat put into that machine and she's been a good one but don't need 2 sxs's. Going to look at a 2021 X2 in the silver color scheme, about 560 miles and looks to be well taken care of too.

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    if you haven't driven an X2, they are the closest thing to a Rhino that Yamaha has made. small size, dump bed, but with a smooth, quiet engine and cvt. I love mine. Of course, I have JBS Eibach suspension springs and JBS clutch which make it ride and perform way better than stock. But even stock they are nice.


    Quote Originally Posted by AkRhino View Post
    Looks like I'm picking up an X2 850 soon, hate to part with the Rhino, there's a lot of blood and sweat put into that machine and she's been a good one but don't need 2 sxs's. Going to look at a 2021 X2 in the silver color scheme, about 560 miles and looks to be well taken care of too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Timmi View Post
    if you haven't driven an X2, they are the closest thing to a Rhino that Yamaha has made. small size, dump bed, but with a smooth, quiet engine and cvt. I love mine. Of course, I have JBS Eibach suspension springs and JBS clutch which make it ride and perform way better than stock. But even stock they are nice.
    That's why I'm going with the X2, unfortunately for me the guy sold the machine last night so the search continues. I'd buy a new one but there are none up here in Alaska.

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    Local dealer is getting me a 2023 X2 XT-R with a windshield, brushguard and 4 year Y.E.S. warranty, should take delivery in the spring, gonna be a long winter. lol

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