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04 Rhino 660 worth

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  1. zx14

    zx14 Well-Known Member

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    guy down the street is selling a 04 rhino 660 with back seats, 4100 mile, looks not beat to death, is it worth $3500?
     
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    Albert Well-Known Member

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    I was just about to say $3500 before I opened this :p
     
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    LargeOrangeFont Steers With Throttle

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    Probably spot on.
     
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    zx14 Well-Known Member

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    Ok, I thought it was a deal, doesn’t sound like it, I really don’t need a rhino, but if was a smoken deal, I’d flip it.
     
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    I have the 06 450 we use on the ranch wouldn’t sell it for the world it comes in so handy, we just bought a tractor so it’s going to get a rest
     
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    My recommendation is to anyone who buys a Older Rhino would be to have the motor freshened up while it's still in one piece cause it's way cheaper than when they grenade.

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    pwerwagn Inmate #4800

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    Isn’t that the case with anything?
     
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    warlock250 Well-Known Member

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    Not necessarily! Old Rhino's with the Rubber band drive system have been spinning high Rpms for a long ass time now and that little single Cylinder is getting tired if it's got a lot of Smiles on her at 6k rpm and more.
    I had one that was blown to shit and it's crazy how expensive it got to the point where it was more than what the Rhino was worth. A cheap refresh is worth it's weight in gold.

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