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  2. WCF

    Starting a shop for Joyners

    I understand, do you want to work threw us???? if so let me know what are the pats you need glad to work with you.
  3. Lloyd Snider

    Grinding noise

    Greetings, I am new to this forum, but hopeful that someone has a solution to my problem. I have a 1998 Kawasaki Mule 2510 4x4 gas powered. I has approximately 800 hours on machine. I purchased the Mule new and use it on my farm. My problem is that when in 2 wheel drive and I either decelerate or go down an incline I get a grinding noise in the area of the front differential. If I shift the Mule into neutral the grinding stops. I have drained the lube from the front differential and checked for metal fines by feel and with a magnet. None. Put in new fluid. Checked the 2 to 4 wheel drive shift cable and it appeared to be a bit loose so I adjusted it to specs according to my shop manual. Still grinds upon deceleration. Physically got under the Mule and moved the 2 to 4 wheel drive lever on the transmission and can hear the shift "dog" moving inside the case. Just as a check, I secured the lever at the transmission in the 2 wheel drive position to make sure it was not trying to jump partially into 4 wheel drive. No change in noise. Is it possible the internal shift "fork" that moves the machine from 2 to 4 wheel drive is bent? Mule is definitely not in 4 wheel drive with lever on transmission securely tied in 2 wheel drive. Local dealers (2) only want to throw parts at the machine hoping to find cause. Not my idea of service. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated. My next step is to totally remove the drive shaft that powers the front differential and see if the problem still persists. Thanks in advance for any input.
  4. Danny Williams

    Rear cv axles 650 commander

    WOW...thanks so much that is it . I have e-mail them. Don"t know how I missed this I look every Day.. You are a life saver..
  5. kandlinaz

    Starting a shop for Joyners

    The credit card thing might have been a coincidence, I also understand that. We need a dipstick and brake pads, including the emergency brake.
  6. Last week
  7. Gerry

    Starting a shop for Joyners

    I've ordered a lot of stuff from Joyner and never had a problem with my credit card or getting parts in a timely manner.
  8. WCF

    Starting a shop for Joyners

    I understand, never had a problem with joyner usa. I would give them another try. What parts are you looking for??????
  9. Spanky530

    cub cadet 750

    Anyone having any problems with the cub cadet 750. Is it a good ride
  10. Hi everyone, Been driving my Massimo since January. Really pretty satisfied with it. I have done 1 oil change on it and have now over 1700 miles on it. I have one leaking seal on the axle at the diff, but that is pretty much it. I do have a curious thing that happens occasionally. When turning or coming in or off a trail at a pretty severe side angle, I get an occasional snapping sound. This sound is pretty loud and can be felt in the footwell area. It doesn't seem to really affect anthing and there is no obvious or easily seen area where some kind of movement is happening. I'm wondering if the leaking diff seal is related to this popping sound. Could the axle be pulling out of the diff? Thanks for any help Mark
  11. Bryan T Mumink Jr

    Rear cv axles 650 commander

    https://flagstaff.craigslist.org/mpo/d/joyner-buggy-650-axle-parts/6702370994.html Came across this and thought of you
  12. So, I've learned some more about this thing. I bought the SXS from Sunbelt who leases these to construction companies. I was told they are locked down to 17 mph for construction site work. I clock 18 mph uphill by GPS. Not sure how true that is, but my contact there says this is the case. I don't see any aftermarket device attached like the dynatech thing I've seen. Could this be set at the ECM? Can the ECM be reset to Factory specs?
  13. Dan B

    Steering hard

    Call your dealer to see if your Mule came with power steering. If you don't have power steering, then hard steering at slow speeds is normal. Low tire inflation pressure (which is normal on ATVs & UTVs) also tends to cause hard steering at slow speeds. Badly aligned front end (toe, camber, caster) will also cause this issue as will bent steering components (was this a dealer demo that might have been abused?). Since your ride is new, I don't think lubrication is your issue unless someone didn't do their job at the factory.
  14. kandlinaz

    Silver BulletMotorsports

    This is likely ours he's talking about here....we have a 2008 Joyner Trooper T2. We took it to Rich in Nov 2017, with the understanding he would start on it right after the first of the year. Finally after many communications and giving up, we retrieved it unfinished the first of Sept - and the buggy was cannibalized. The engine had been rebuilt, but he did not do the rebuild himself, because he didn't have a mechanic. The engine was rebuilt, he told us by NAPA, however it does supposedly have his custom cam in it. BUT, it's not holding good oil pressure. Still working out what we're gonna do about that. There's supposed to be a warranty on it, but we're not hauling it back down there so the warranty can be honored. He's 5 hrs away from us, and who knows what might be taken off it if we take it back down there. AND, he has no mechanic. As we said, we retrieved it unfinished. The engine had not been installed, the clutch and pressure plate had not been installed, and Rich told us himself he's too old to do the work. There's a Joyner T4 sitting there now that was there when we dropped ours off in Nov 2017. And now there's an Oreion sitting there he says he's working on. Again, he has no mechanic. We retrieved our Joyner the first of September, and Lloyd and our son spent 2 days finding parts, installing the engine, and putting it back together to the point they could load it on the trailer and bring it home. Rich still owes us parts that were not there (gaskets, ignition, etc) and parts that were taken off that should not have been. He claims he has no knowledge of what was taken or why. We don't question his knowledge - but he is ultimately responsible for parts that were removed that he cannot account for. The ignition was gone; the steering column was dismantled and parts missing. And that only scratches the surface....in a nutshell, if you are considering getting Silverbullet to do some work for you, I suggest you do a shop visit first and make your own decision from there.
  15. kandlinaz

    Silver BulletMotorsports

    Good heavens.....Matt the wrench did not exaggerate...AT ALL.....speaking from experience.
  16. strike250

    Slow 2017 HiSun Strike 250

    Hello, I would send in your ECU to me, let me flash it and also if your rear sprocket is a stock 42 tooth, I would go to 38-36 rear sprocket. The lower the rear tooth count will provide you with the higher top speed, the lower rear tooth count will give you quicker off the line.
  17. CStrike250

    Slow 2017 HiSun Strike 250

    Hey all, I am new to this. Would it be ideal to just buy this and put in a 36 or 40 tooth? Or send it to you Matt and have it reflashed? Dont need it to go 50mph but I would prefer to have the best launch and maybe 40 top end mph. Thoughts??
  18. kandlinaz

    Starting a shop for Joyners

    I'm a little gun shy using Joynerusa - the one and only time we ordered parts from there, someone also got a new Apple Ipad at our expense. My credit card was jacked. We used to also use Silverbullet, but right now getting parts from him is like pulling teeth.
  19. strike250

    Strike 250 wheels and sand paddles

    Hello Brad, Yes, the Strike 250 stock is a little underpowered. Do you happen to have one of the newer models? The reason I ask is because on my website we are able to unlock your ECU with the factory software, this allows you an additional 2000 RPM! As well as a higher top end speed. This will help you with the sand dunes as well. As for the wheel specs, they are 4 x 156 on the front, and 4 x 115 on the rear. Check any Yamaha banshee or raptor site for wheels, as either will fit just fine. Check out www.warriorsoffroad.com for a bunch of additional info for your Strike 250 Matt
  20. WCF

    Starting a shop for Joyners

    Joyner USA has most parts you need if not call us may be we can help
  21. silverbullet

    Steering hard

    Silverbullet Call dealer the will know.Some had power steering.I do not know
  22. kandlinaz

    Starting a shop for Joyners

    Most of the folks on here do their own work on their Joyners, but finding a reliable place to buy parts online would be a great help!
  23. Travis

    Steering hard

    Is it not a Kawasaki? sometimes hard steering can be fixed with greasing job, or much more complicated. Most UTVs use rack and pinion steering.
  24. Top gun

    Steering hard

    It’s a 500 and just bought it new. 2018. Don’t know if it has power steering
  25. Travis

    Steering hard

    Welcome to the UTV Board! Does it have Power steering? What model is it. More information the more we can help
  26. WCF

    Starting a shop for Joyners

    Unfortunately we are quite a ways from you Tehachapi Ca
  27. Top gun

    Steering hard

    My new mule has very hard starring at slow speeds , is this normal ?
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