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    Wolverine vs Rhino?

    I have a good running 2006 Rhino with EPS and a heater. Why is the Wolverine better? I love the Rhino but thinking about upgrading. My Rhino has 3600 miles and is a 2006 660. I have sheave etc so it does about 50.

    Thanks!

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    I had a 2006 Rhino 660. Here are some things that I feel are different
    -The seating in the wolverine is more comfortable
    -There is plenty of storage space versus the Rhino only having a glovebox
    -The doors, and hardware for the doors is better quality. It also uses springs instead of rubber bands
    -Seating feels more down inside of the machine where the Rhino has you up more
    -The Rhino is tippy, the Wolverine corners beautifully
    -Better suspension, and ride
    -Your machine is not fuel injected

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    More power, more suspension, more comfort, more features, Power steering, fuel injection, new machine smell.
    '16 Wolverine RSpec EPS

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    Also with the Wolverine suspension (R spec model), it is light years smoother than a Rhino. I rode along with my dad in his Rhino last week after we worked on it and I told him that mine spoiled me because of how much smoother the ride is.
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    my brothers rhino with the fox shocks rides as good as my wolverine and will fit in the back of pickup bed.

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    A Wolverine R-Spec will also fit in the back of a pick-up truck...U-tube-(2016 Wolverine R-Spec in full size pick up truck test ride)

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    Quote Originally Posted by CRSPEC View Post
    A Wolverine R-Spec will also fit in the back of a pick-up truck...U-tube-(2016 Wolverine R-Spec in full size pick up truck test ride)
    I cant get passed the end gate with the back end as the rock guards stick out as far as the wheels.would have to build up back end to get ramps out and I don't like that much weight on the tail gate.will fit through old truck, but not my newer one with 60'' tailgate.
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    yeah, seems like a no go for my 2015 F250 with a 60" opening at the gate pillars. my buddy has a RZR 800s and his fits in the same truck.......I really don't want to pull a trailer
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    Quote Originally Posted by Yaakmt View Post
    I have a good running 2006 Rhino with EPS and a heater. Why is the Wolverine better? I love the Rhino but thinking about upgrading. My Rhino has 3600 miles and is a 2006 660. I have sheave etc so it does about 50.

    Thanks!
    Daylight and dark! Its like everything wrong with the rhino they fixed. I know some have mention comfort. But noise in cab, dust in cab and you always feel in control , not wheels off the ground traversing uneven terrain. I owned 2 rhinos so I have knowledge of the difference
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