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2009 Yamaha Rhino 700 Efi Sport on 2040-motos

$2,600
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YAMAHA RHINO FUEL INJECTED SPORT EDITION WITH MILES HOURS IN ABSOLUTE FLAWLESS CONDITION. THE RHINO HAS NEVER BEEN IN MUD OR WATER AND IT SHOWS. NO SCRATCHS, NO RUST, PERFECT PLASTICS AND IT STARTS RIGHT UP AND RUNS PERFECT AS IT SHOULD. HERE IS YOUR CHANCE TO OWN A NEW RHINO AND SAVE THOUSANDS OFF A NEW ONE. THE RHINO IS TOTALLY STOCK , AND READY TO RIDE. RHINO HAS THE SPORT PACKAGE INCLUDING PIGGY BACK SHOCKS, FACTORY ROOF, CONSOLE , UP GRADED STEERING WHEEL, UPGRADED GEAR SELECTOR, SILVER DIPPED PLASTICS, SILVER SPORT EDITION SEATS, ALUMINUM WHEELS AND DUNLOP TIRES. CLEAN TITLE IN HAND. I WILL SHIP THE RHINO ANYWHERE IN THE LOWER STATES, OR TO A PORT IF NEEDED. For more details and pics just email me: jake oliver@hotmail. com

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