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This is a discussion on Wolverine vs Rhino? within the Wolverine vs the Competition forums, part of the Yamaha Wolverine Gen 1 708 cc SxS category; I have a 2015 f250 and I managed to get my 2016 wolverine in the box but I had to jack up the suspension and ...

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    I have a 2015 f250 and I managed to get my 2016 wolverine in the box but I had to jack up the suspension and strap it in place then it fit in the box.

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    The power steering alone is a major difference in my x2 vs my 2011 rhino.

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Size:  402.7 KBI just sold my 2007 Rhino 660 to friend, it was a great machine! The Rhino is a little narrower and you can sneak through some tighter spots. But the Wolverine is a deffinate improvment in every area.
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    2016 Wolverine R spec SE
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    I've only had my 2019 Wolverine x2 R-spec SE one day and could tell the difference, owned a Rhino SE for 5 years and didn't do much after market upgrades aside from adding a KFI 3500 winch. I rode it hard for the time I owned it and will miss my "little mule" but can already see the massive differences between the two models, take the leap and get the Wolverine.

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    I had an 04 rhino 660 and it was a great machine for work but it beat you up pretty good on the trails.(stock suspension) I priced out a long travel suspension and lift kit but by the time I would have paid for that I was halfway to the cost of a new machine. I found a good deal on a new 2016 R Spec that was a holdover and moved up to fuel injection for the same price it would have cost to modify the rhino. I love this machine it's so much quieter and the ride is great. My only regret is they didn't put a bed with dump function on the 1 gen machines.
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    hi guys you should of built the rhino up it's a great machine going for the 2020 x2 camo in the spring but will not sell my rhino.
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    I owned a 2006 Rhino for 8 years. Only problem I ever had was replacing brakes until I put a set of 29.5 mud lites on it after it was about 6.5 years old. Started having belt and clutch issues shortly thereafter. I severely abused that ride. I coon hunted with hounds 3-4 nights a week and rode it to every tree I could possibly get to. Most of the time I was hunting in very muddy river bottoms and used it to plow thru thickets. It was stock other than a windshield and Warn winch, and later the big tires. It was definitely a great rig that held up to tough use. I now have a 2018 Wolverine respec 4 seater due to the 2 grand kids. They are totally different rigs. I couldn’t imagine driving the Wolverine even an x2 through the places I went on the Rhino. I don’t coon hunt anymore and use the Wolverine more for just riding trails and woods roads, get to my deer stand, and use it when I varmint hunt. So I would say it all depends on what your gonna use it for. Riding open terrain or trails where other SXS’s travel the Wolverine is a terrific rig. I love the one I have. But if you are gonna go where others have not and a narrower rig would be preferred I would want an older model Rhino that is narrower. I hope my Wolverine holds up to half the machine my 2006 660 Rhino was. Also my Wolverine is a gas guzzler.

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