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I've seen many people who think they are amazing because they can balance on their 2 right side wheels. Can you do it in a Rhino?

[ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CjBdR_y9UpM]YouTube - yamaha rhino 2008 2 Wheels[/ame]

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Edited this thread, removed tags. Just enter use the url directly. Was causing a page distortion. :wink:

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Edited this thread, removed tags. Just enter use the url directly. Was causing a page distortion. :wink:

Thanks, didn't know you could do that.

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Thanks, didn't know you could do that.

No prob!

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I can just imagine how many things can get totally f'd up by falling over trying to do that. But this reminds me of the video of the guy on a 4x4 utility doing a reverse wheelie :biggrin:

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I've seen that video. I can't imagine slamming our Rhino into the ground if I messed up.

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Heck I can do that in my pickup! J/K but when I was a kid I hung out with an older cousin that could do it in a 4 door sedan, it was friggin crazy to say the least!

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