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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old 11-10-2009, 04:39 AM Thread Starter
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Rhino 450 - New to Forum

It's great to see this forum and I'm counting on all of our collective experience to help each other out. We bought a Rhino 450 in September of 2006 and it has been a blast for the kids (3 boys/1 girl) and me. We've had our share of fun and trials with it. The first set of tires was replaced this month and we've taken it on several road trips from northeast Ohio to the hills of Calhoun County, West Virginia.

So far, we've repaired the radiator after a stick was run through it, rebuilt the engine as a result of the overheating that came from the loss of coolant and replaced the driver's side cv joint/shaft.

As I said, lots of fun and we've had our share of repairs to go with it.

I'm looking forward to reading the rest of your stories and finding out more about making our Rhino experience even more fun.

DJ
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post #2 of 2 (permalink) Old 11-16-2009, 03:13 PM
 
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It's great to see this forum and I'm counting on all of our collective experience to help each other out. We bought a Rhino 450 in September of 2006 and it has been a blast for the kids (3 boys/1 girl) and me. We've had our share of fun and trials with it. The first set of tires was replaced this month and we've taken it on several road trips from northeast Ohio to the hills of Calhoun County, West Virginia.

So far, we've repaired the radiator after a stick was run through it, rebuilt the engine as a result of the overheating that came from the loss of coolant and replaced the driver's side cv joint/shaft.

As I said, lots of fun and we've had our share of repairs to go with it.

I'm looking forward to reading the rest of your stories and finding out more about making our Rhino experience even more fun.

DJ
Got any pics? Do you have a family cage? How is the 450 on power for you?
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