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can anyone tell me apox.how long it takes to pull out a 660 rhino engine and how much time is needed to replace piston connecting rod and oil pump?
 

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Thanks at least thats a start
I´m very well equipt and skilled.Because I´m one of very few Rhino owners over here in Germany knowbody has any expierience with this vehicle and my Yamaha dealer never even knew that such a vehicle even exists until I orderd one from them.Now after almost 160 hours the engine totalled and now they are trying to give me the big story. F.em!
I´m doing it my self.
really appreciate all the quick support from you guys thanks.
 

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here is a hint for pullng the motor.

pull the 3 front differential bolts and pull forwad and let drop down, this way the front driveshaft will come out.

then remove motor mount bolts and you can pull the motor up and forward to remove the rear diveshaft.

take note on the spring (front end) and little plastic piece (rear end) that may come out of the rear drive shaft, you will need those to put back in.

of course you need to remove coolant lines and wiring also. etc....

Rog
 

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you should def. upgrade some things while your in the bottom end to prevent this in the future. so you have any plans to upgrade for power while your at it? we can point you in the right direction but 1st you need to post up some naked pics of some hot ass german blonde puss. lol
 

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HERE IS A PRETTY CLOSE ESTIMATE SO YOU DONT GET OVERCHARGED TO KEEP STOCK PISTON ROD PUMP GASKETS OIL LABOR EVERYTHING RIGHT AROUND 1350.00 FOR COMPLETE 660 OEM PARTS
NOW IF YOU UPGRADED TO HEADSTUDS NEW PISTON UPGRADED CRANK/ROD
DIFFPLATE OIL PUMP ETC COMPLETE STRONGER BUILT MOTOR 1950.00
LABOR AND EVERYTHING GOOD LUCK:good: WWW.BAKERSFIELDRHINOINC.COM
 

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First of all I would like to thank you guys for all of the good tips,I pulled out the motor as you said and all went well,took me about 3 hours.According to the servie man. you would have to remove both front and rear diffs.By loosenig just the front I probably saved myself about 3 to 5 hours.Great tip.now I´m waiting for my parts.will post pics of piston cylinder and so on,can´t wait for your remarks!
till then solong from Germany

Wayne
 

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here is a hint for pullng the motor.

pull the 3 front differential bolts and pull forwad and let drop down, this way the front driveshaft will come out.

then remove motor mount bolts and you can pull the motor up and forward to remove the rear diveshaft.

take note on the spring (front end) and little plastic piece (rear end) that may come out of the rear drive shaft, you will need those to put back in.

of course you need to remove coolant lines and wiring also. etc....

Rog
Thx I'm working to replace the engine in mine.
 
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