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2004-06 Yamaha 660 Rhino High Lifter 2 Inch Lift Kit

High Lifter 2 Inch Lift Kit - 2004-06 Yamaha Rhino 660

2004-06 Yamaha 660 Rhino High Lifter 2 Inch Lift Kit

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Item #: 73-15349
Brand: High Lifter
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Product Description

Ready to conquer tougher terrain? Get a leg up on the trails with the High Lifter 2 Inch Lift Kit for your Yamaha Rhino 660.

Say goodbye to getting hung up on every little rock and bump. The High Lifter 2 Inch Lift Kit gives your Yamaha Rhino 660 (2004-2006) that extra clearance for a smoother ride on challenging trails. This kit is perfect for the casual weekend rider looking for better capability without going extreme.

Key Features and Benefits:

  • Gain 2 Inches of Ground Clearance: Avoid obstacles that used to slow you down.
  • Space for Bigger Tires: Now you have some options when it's time for new rubber.
  • Precision Engineered: High Lifter builds their stuff tough, so you can ride worry-free.
  • Bolt-on Installation: No cutting or welding means you'll be back on the trails fast.

Frequently Asked Questions:

  • Will I have to replace my axles? Nope, the High Lifter lift won't put undue stress on your axles.
  • Do I need new shocks? You can reuse your stock shocks with this lift.

Invest in the High Lifter 2 Inch Lift Kit and enjoy enhanced off-road adventures with your Yamaha Rhino 660!


  • 2006 Yamaha Rhino 660 4x4
  • 2005 Yamaha Rhino 660 4x4
  • 2004 Yamaha Rhino 660 4x4


  • Front and rear lift
  • Zinc plating for long life in rugged conditions
  • All installation hardware included
  • Detailed step by step photo instructions
  • High Lifter lifetime warranty

Important Info

  • Does NOT fit sport edition Rhinos with nitrogen shocks

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