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    Joyner Trooper T2
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  2. Ok so did I measure it wrong? Not too sure here. Hopefully some light can be shed towards me here.
  3. Here are the pics. of the rear wheels and with tape held close to it. Had to start at 2inches due to fingers. Only had one good hand, but 2 to 5 1/4 still equals 4 1/4(or 108mm). Please correct me is my math is off. I may not be the sharpest tool in the shed but I can still do work.
  4. Sorry for taking so long to respond. Yes positive on the 4x108.
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  6. Looking at the lack of options that are off the rack. Finding more headache than I care too. I was wondering about doing this type of swap. has anyone attempted/done this what the result were? I have 2012 T2 and my wheels are 4x108mm (4.25in). I can't find crap. I do more on and off-road with the T2( I'm street legal) due to hunting and such. So I was looking to upgrade. Sorry I have not been active like I should: moved, kitchen remodel, table saw with fingers.......couldn't do a whole lot of computer time.
  7. I will stick around. I didn't mean to get you ostracized rocmoc. That was not my intention. My T2 is a 2012. All lever 4wd action no switches to worry about, except to turn on lights.
  8. I recently bought a Joyner Trooper T2. New to the forum and new to owning a utv. But I have a lot of off road background. With jeeps,HMMWV's, and tracked vehicles. I was originally going to buy a RZR but changed my mind after reading the info on this site. Though some were foolish to be "brand wagoners" and not state facts. I will say that it was rocmoc who helped tilt the tables. Thank you for that if you read this. I live in Arizona about 15 miles west of Florence. Anyway thanks

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