Posted 02 June 2012 - 09:03 AM
Awesome Ron! I'm glad to see it fits in the back of the truck. A couple of my buddies carry their Rhino's that way. You probably won't care but here's a tip for you...take the plastic roof off or make some quick disconnects for it so you can remove it when traveling down the road. One of my buds found out the hard way when coming home from the desert, that it acts like an air foil and tends to get buffeting and lift just from the wind coming off the truck. He made his removable. He also noted that with the roof on, he got 4-5 mpg worse than when he took it off. That alone would make me take the roof off. They both have removable roofs now. Good luck with it and be careful driving it-they like to lay on their sides!
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