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If you are a UTV/SidebySide owner, please post your UTV Make and Model here to share it with the community. Maybe include how long you have owned it and what you like about it. If you have pictures, even better!

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DrtyGRl is going to love this!!!

So where's her post with her SideXSide???

I'm surprised we do not have more UTVers...

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Hey guys!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

I have an '08 Rhino 700, with the Midnight armor body. Lots of little upgrades like a new rollcage, bumper, wheels, harnesses....I don't really wanna list it all! :wink:

Soon I'll be puttin in my new Twisted Stitch seats and be getting custom red doors and a roof made! :yes:

I love my Rhino!!!!!! :cute:

Here are pics!

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My old yellow Rhino! I miss her.... :frown: ....she got totaled by a dumbass! :aargh:

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AND, my old blue Rhino....:wink:

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