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Old 01-17-2011, 02:22 PM
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HELP! Need a Yamaha Rhino rear differential

I NEED A REAR DIFFERENTIAL FOR MY 2004!!

Boys, I musta subconsciously wanted to work on something other than my truck, so i bought a used 2004 rhino from a buddy.

The diff leaked and i've been slowly fixin and repairin it, but the dang differential went totally out on my yesterday.

I one bad and was wondering if anyone ran in the kind of circles i'm not prevy too, like junkyards for ATV/ UTV's or someone who's parting out a rhino.

i've been searching and searching.
anyone know what will work, like a grizzly 660 differential, or a like part. i need the ring and pinion at least and ANY help would be appreciated. Just don't want to go to a dealer and get screwed.

Thank you
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Old 01-17-2011, 02:27 PM
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I NEED A REAR DIFFERENTIAL FOR MY 2004!!

Boys, I musta subconsciously wanted to work on something other than my truck, so i bought a used 2004 rhino from a buddy.

The diff leaked and i've been slowly fixin and repairin it, but the dang differential went totally out on my yesterday.

I one bad and was wondering if anyone ran in the kind of circles i'm not prevy too, like junkyards for ATV/ UTV's or someone who's parting out a rhino.

i've been searching and searching.
anyone know what will work, like a grizzly 660 differential, or a like part. i need the ring and pinion at least and ANY help would be appreciated. Just don't want to go to a dealer and get screwed.

Thank you
look at Yamaha Rhino Forum - Rhino Forums.net
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Old 02-18-2011, 04:35 PM
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just FYI.

i had looked and did look. if you thought everyone on a "forum" didn't know a thing, didn't really mechanic, and just repeated what they heard, you would be right about the rhinoforum.

some info, but nothing like powerstrokeforum. You guys KNOW things, cause you've done them, like me, and some of these forums are just total crap. you spend HOURS on line to find NOTHING.

i do and have appreciated this forum for years, and reading other ones just make me appreciate it MORE.

ALSO, if you thought powerstroke parts were expensive, try buying ATV parts! i realized this, but there definitely aren't any "cheap" options. STEALERSHIP, STEALERSHIP, STEALERSHIP.

i had to rebuild the diff myself, ordered a ring gear, a bearing and another bearing, at a cost of $358!! ouch. but if ya wanna play, you gotta pay, i guess.

thanks for the tip tho, at least i can get answers here!
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