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  1. Intro2Rhino

    Pellet Grill

    Save another $50 if you get their credit card 🤣
  2. Post a pic of your wheel if you’re hoping/ wanting a match. I have roughly a dozen randoms
  3. What’s the overall box length 16,18 20? all those add ons and no rubber coin flooring
  4. 3 hrs is the wrench time to swap an a arm on the x3. The design is different than most others out there. You don’t simply remove 4 bolts attaching it to the frame. Also the ball joints on the x3 are different top and bottom. X3 stock a arms fold up pretty easily
  5. Tom Morris is in Fullerton / Placentia (SoCal) Gary fries the other partner is in lake havesu or on vacation. Utvshocks is their website and decades of experience. Hands down the best upgrade I done to my x3
  6. Poor analogy on my part but basically the x3 is much sportier than the xp (seating position/ posture in the car) if the canam the route he takes add a front gusset kit, taco kit or aftermarket lower a arms to the 1-5k in shock tuning and the disappointment you’ll feel in your power steering I think the op wants a 4 seater replacement sxs having an xp4 previously I agree that others definitely have potential talon, wildcat xx and kawi but without a factory turbo the cost to add a turbo, manufacturer sold or 3rd party factory backed/ encouraged (gyt-r Jackson racing ect) You might as well just go crazy with an off the wall custom build like tj’s old z1 car. Definitely a kick ass Rzr even with the current batch of sxs’s
  7. Was it next to the dumpsters before hitting the highway from the washes with giant sema looking f350 and brand new attitude trailers 🤣😂 all that truck and trailer and afraid of a little sand
  8. Rzr velocity s less than 25k otd new I have both a xrs canam and rzr velocity s. Speed and suspension are a coin toss. easiest analogy is depending on the ride I’m going on, getting into the x3 is like slipping into a corvette while the Rzr is like getting into an m5. Both are equally fast and nimble but I’d opt with the m5 to grab grocery’s (trail ride) and the corvette for a track day (aggressive dune rip) if the sxs is a spare to your sand car for friends and family and as your backup, the visibility and savings found in a Rzr are hard to beat. I really enjoy my canam but it’s definitely a money pit with suspension mods as a requirement along with 15” wheels a 30k xrs easily becomes 35+. Slap a cage on the Rzr and call it a day
  9. Personally I’d opt with the San Diego truck even if it’s an xlt, interior upgrades are cheaper than a turbo repair on the 2011.
  10. Great looking truck. If it pans out and you can grind him a little on the price permitting the truck checks out, the mileage and year is perfect the transfer tank is a huge bonus. The short bed have crap capacity (I’m lucky to get 270-300 on a full tank on my 15 short bed) my previous 2002 7.3 long bed easily cleared 410-450 on a tank I ended up buying my 2015 a little over a month ago from a local dealership for 32,900 (36,000 after all of California’s great fees) with 78,000 miles. I spent months trying to find one under 35k and avoid the craigslist flipper that was masking a “small accident on carfax that didn’t have pics of the damage prior to repair...” anyhow best of luck 🍻
  11. Edit 2011 (2010 is the older 6.4 and he probably doesn’t want that) if he can swing an xlt or lariat 2015-16 are the preferred years as they redesigned the turbo system
  12. Less than 3000 miles on tires GD price $400 will also throw in factory spare located in Woodcrest (riverside) 714-936-9418 johnny
  13. Pm me what you’re looking to get for it. I’m always up for buying rhinos at the right price point
  14. built 17 x3 XRS https://r.tapatalk.com/shareLink?share_fid=56669&share_tid=120284&url=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.maverickforums.net%2Findex.php%3Fthreads%2Fbuilt-17-x3-XRS.120284%2F&share_type=t a Tom of car for the $ if you can get him to $25k. He’s in NM
  15. 35’ http://attitudetoyhaulers.com/attitude/attitude-widelite-5w/
  16. Intro2Rhino

    sold

    $3500 I have cash in hand
  17. Was planning the same. My 2 cents go with the conversion over the full traction kit. The tighter turn radius and better braking will be worth the effort. Neither is cheap so I’m the meantime spend time finding a cheap donor than go through the re gearing, and ball joints ect before installing it. Really digging this thread sad ill be selling my ‘02 shortly as I replaced it with a ‘15 6.7L
  18. I’m in the mist (within the next couple days) of seeing how true fair market value vs kbb they honor on my totaled 2003 4Runner 4wd with a total chaos front end. I had my 2002 F250 7.3 broken into a few years back and they stole my entire dash / radio bezel along with the stereo and overhead DVD player. They started with a $700 repair check (minus my $250 deductible) and tried to replace my $1200 in equipment with a stock used bezel a factory CD player. That included their recommended shop (caliber collision) doing the labor as well which needed a couple pig tails repaired that had been damaged. I painfully took the $500 check and repaired and did the labor myself. I had a gut feeling caliber under quoted the estimate in favor for AAA to later ask for more funds after getting the job. Left a bad taste in my mouth but I’ve been loyal to AAA for 10 years and have used the piss out of their tow services.
  19. Not mine. May have sold. I buy them all the time. And from what I remember this one fit all you’re criteria
  20. https://losangeles.craigslist.org/sfv/snw/d/burbank-2008-yamaha-rhino-700-fi/6977358677.html
  21. He’s looking for 2008+ 700’s with fuel injection. The elevation in the sierras will keep his wife from strangling him trying to cold start the carb models. Also to the original post. A stock travel with good aftermarket king or fox shocks will be even more reliable for your wife so she doesn’t bust a rear long travel axle (very common) you can always drive back to camp in front wheel drive with tales of how you mguyver’d your rhino just a thought
  22. Carb models fetch $3-3500 stock. Aim for $4500-5000 each
  23. I’ve seen 2 separate kits that cracked rear lower a arms. It’s much harder to find a solution to fix the billet arms vs steel. When it comes time to part the machine out, buyers like name brands

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