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#16 2010-01-30 22:53:50

duckfart
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From: orem utah
Registered: 2008-05-03
Posts: 55

Re: Sheave for Rhino 660

After lots of messing around with clutching I did learn something!

Don't buy a new sheave! For just over a hundred bucks you can go with the hunterworks overdrive weights and a 700 cam plate. I messed around with springs and roller weights and was disappointed with everthing until the hunter works kit.

If you do your research you will find more are satisfied with the hunterworks upgrade than any sheave on the market.


I've been running hunterworks overdrive weights for about eight months. Nothing but satisfied with them.

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#17 2010-01-31 16:55:17

Badley
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From: Spanish Fork, Utah
Registered: 2007-02-14
Posts: 1,617

Re: Sheave for Rhino 660

After lots of messing around with clutching I did learn something!

Don't buy a new sheave! For just over a hundred bucks you can go with the hunterworks overdrive weights and a 700 cam plate. I messed around with springs and roller weights and was disappointed with everthing until the hunter works kit.

If you do your research you will find more are satisfied with the hunterworks upgrade than any sheave on the market.


I've been running hunterworks overdrive weights for about eight months. Nothing but satisfied with them.

After watching Fasttrax climb yesterday I will be getting the Hunterworks kit for my Rhino!

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