Quantcast
Jump to content

mixfixdave

Members
  • Content Count

    39
  • Joined

  • Last visited

  • Days Won

    1

mixfixdave last won the day on June 3 2018

mixfixdave had the most liked content!

Community Reputation

1 Neutral

About mixfixdave

  • Rank
    Advanced Member
  • Birthday 03/21/1968
  • Location Murfreesboro, TN, United States

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male
  • UTV Brand
    2009 Joyner Trooper T4

Contact Methods

  • Website URL
    Www.mixfix.com

Recent Profile Visitors

1,915 profile views
  1. It had been my experience that problems are usually in the fuse blocks and connectors. Did some wheeling at LBL Kentucky yesterday...and found a mud hole!
  2. Thanks...makes wheeling the beast much more enjoyable.
  3. Can’t remember the name, but this was the number... (480) 539-6872 And (480) 882-9612
  4. Glad you had a good experience...I have ordered parts from Joyner years ago and had great experience, the tech there was happy to answer my questions about some troubleshooting I was doing.
  5. I don’t know of a current source but one of the first things I did was break a trailing arm off at the body mount. I used a plasma cutter to make some plates for reinforcement and welded it back up...did the same to the other trailing arm and haven’t had a problem with them since. Trailing arms used to be available on ebay and at joynerusa and Casey Ye...
  6. More pics of the power steering setup...works great!
  7. I wouldn’t deal with SB...he is always a pain in the ass for some reason the few times that I have ordered parts from him and everyone on the forum that deals with SB reports problems receiving parts or just getting ripped off completely. I will post some better pics as soon as I can, but I can tell you that the Nissan Versa column was simple to remove in the junk yard and the only additional parts I needed for installation on the Joyner was a 6” piece of 1/2” angle and 18” of heavy wire to run for power from the winch 12VDC connections. Oh, and I did have to weld up a U joint that was part of the Nissan linkage, but it was easy!
  8. I’ve had pretty good luck with my 2009 T4. I bought it with 1300 miles about 6 years ago. I replaced the fuel filter and treated the electrical connections with some dielectric grease...Replaced the starter also at around 3500 miles. Had to reinforce the weak rear trailing arms and had to update the differential ring gear bolts, but it’s still running fine after 6000 miles. No engine or transmission problems. And it’s pretty simple to work on. Parts can be had from Casey Ye or Joynerusa.com. Oh, I’ve replaced the wheel bearings also. The Joyner Trooper has never left me stranded on the trail, in fact, I have rescued the razor guys with broken axles on more than one occasion!
  9. These should fit... Oil filter. Fram PH4967 Napa 1394 wix5194
  10. If it eventually starts and runs well, I don’t think it is injectors...
  11. Agreed...Casey Ye is the best!
  12. Rock on...the Joyner is awesome. Can’t tell you the times I have hauled one of the Polaris guys back to get their trailer because of a broken axle. My buddies call it the family truckster! Just took a short ride about town and along the railroad trail here in Tennessee...have tags on mine.
  13. Replace the fuel filter behind the gas tank. Mine was partially stopped up after 1000 miles, but the replacement has been good for the last 4000 miles...I got one at autozone that worked.
  14. I remember modifying that starter circuit on my Joyner years ago. Seems that the wiring from the key switch to the starter solenoid is not adequate to carry the current required to activate the solenoid, so I wired it to an external 12vdc relay that I placed near the starter. Next I ran wires from the battery which is close for the relay to supply voltage to starter solenoid.


×
×
  • Create New...