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Dizaster2011

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  1. Dizaster2011

    2006 joyner terminator 1600

    So im in some desperate need for help with this dam buggy that im trying to put a limited slip diff from wavetrac or peloquin in without completely getting new axles for it. The transmission used in this buggy is the 020 trans which i currently have in pieces trying to rebuild and install the lsd. So the problems im running into are the axle shafts on the new lsd. The differential originally was a solid spool with 32mm splines with a ball plunging cv joint. The new lsd is a 27mm spline and i cant find a ball plunging joint/ axle flange that will fit with that so it can still obtain the plunging motion necessary and use the stock axles. I have taken pictures of the entire setup, im either looking for a flange that will work with the axles i have, or a cv that will fit my stock axles. Any help would be great, and appreciative. I just want to get this thing finished and its the last step. Sent from my SM-G955U using Tapatalk
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    Joyner terminator 1600 transmission help

    Thanks for the response, the trans is out of a 80's vw rabbit pickup, and the motor is the 1600cc chery motor, so pretty much what ever bolts to the chery motor should work, from what ive researched, that engine is very similar to the early 90s ford escort engines, Sent from my SM-G955U using Tapatalk
  3. Hello, i currently own a 06 joyner terminator 1600, im trying to find a 5 speed trans that has a manual locking diff that will bolt to the original motor, has anyone came across this? Reason im looking is because i plan on making the buggy street legal and a manual locker would be perfect for both street and dirt. Sent from my SM-G955U using Tapatalk


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