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Does a Yamaha raptor 660 fit in a ranger's bed?

Yes. I made the title search friendly, I googled this and found a couple threads including the kewn's for sale thread from back in the day. I thought I'd make it easy for others who wanna purchase a similar sized quad in the future.

You have to lift it over the wheel wells on a style or fleet side bed but it'll fit and you will be able to close the tailgate. The two following pics don't show the bed extender but it's there, it wasn't needed I just had it with me so I had to use it.


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Matches the truck too.
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Nice toy Morris. I used to fit my Banshee in the back of my stepside before I put the aftermarket wheels/ tires on it.
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I bet that would be scary as hell to ride up into your bed. Lol

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too much money dumped into it. can't ride anywhere around here anymore without getting hit with a $1000 fine. you'll like it though. Im sure after a year you'll want a 2 stroke lol
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Nice toy! I fit a quad in the back of my steppie but I don't know what kind it was. lol
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I just sold it but my Scrambler 500 would fit in barely with the tailgate closed. Got sick of riding it over the wheel wells though.
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I can tell I'm gonna get annoyed with that also, I am thinking about building something like the member that had the yellow edge and that rack system. At least just for the rear, I'm not too concerned about the front near the cab.
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Just get a small trailer. Then you won't have to worry about it.
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I don't have the room for one. Didnt have the room for this either... Customs was like " so what about the trailer? Was it some sort of combo deal?" I replied, "uh, it's in my truck bed..."
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