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Kinarfi

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About Kinarfi

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    2008 Trooper T2 Driver (some times passenger) Electronics, designed and built Electrical Power Steering Assist for Trooper, Made many other changes to Trooper too.
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    Joyner, Trooper 2

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  1. GPS

    which canyon? I Have a delorme PN 60, but delorme got bought by Garmin and I need to upgrade, their replace is around 500, What phone do you have, Try mytrails, it's free or you can go pro for about $5.00, I worry about getting out somewhere and breaking down or getting stuck, so I have a satellite communicator, Inreach, had Spot, recommend either, but Inreach was Delorme and now Garmin and you can download maps of anywhere you plan to go. same with Mytrails, but a bit more of a hassle and you can save your track too as a .GPX file, I have most of my rides all the way back to 2008 saved
  2. Sounds like you bought a machine that has been modified with hydraulic steering. Bad news in my opinion. If the wires in the alternator still look good, it could just be the brushes, I've fixed a few for fellow members, just charge for shipping and parts I have to buy to fix it. Take some photos of the rig and the bad parts and post them. Plus, fill out the profile, maybe one of us lives just around the corner
  3. 37&3/4" outside to outside
  4. I meant to this when you first posted, I'll set my alarm to remind to do it today, this off of a 2015
  5. TY-RAPs work good for me after I open a CV up and they are a lot easier than some of the boot clamps that have to be crimped.
  6. do you understand what happens to engage 4 wheel drive? have you had your front differential apart yet?
  7. here's a link so you can download a manual http://joyner-usa.com/manuals/ there are some other pieces of information in the pinned Parts, Pieces, and Information for our Troopers & Joyners thread
  8. do you have a manual?
  9. A little late but here's a copy of the switch from the manual
  10. search using the word transmission, I think I left some info and instructions in here some where, see if you can find it before I have to open up my stored files, ignore travis, he sticks his nose in where it don't belong and as he said he doesn't own a Joyner and knows nothing about them, but that doesn't stop him from wasting our time reading his dribble. Travis, shut the **** up!!!!
  11. Sorry, it's been quite a while since I traced a wire and don't remember it, so, NO, can't say where wires change colors. and my 15 is different from youur 09
  12. I pulled up a schematic to check this, but the power to drive all these devices is suspect and may be a blown fuse, capstan is you winch. don't let your wife know about your wench 1. a country lass or working girl: The milkmaid was a healthy wench. 2. Usually Facetious. a girl or young woman. 3. Archaic. a strumpet. verb (used without object) 4. to associate, especially habitually, with promiscuous women.
  13. if it just idles to slow to keep running, dial the idle up a little. these thing have an electronic idle that fail and then you have to adjust the idle mechanically, it the little screw on the top right of intake. My electronic worked great for a long time on both my vehicles, but alas, it failed on both. Jeff
  14. Tires & rims look good, but it makes the Trooper look shorter, sort of, what's with the extra shock on the swing arm? If you take a Dremel tool and cut all the way around glove compartment detent, then add some walls so the bottom is as far down as possible and a lid, it makes for a nice usable glove box. I'll get photo for you. Jeff PS read the pinned posts, Parts, Pieces, and Information for our Troopers & Joyners, it has the information about the lug pattern, 4x115, and a lot more valuable stuff and it was mostly written by 2008 Trooper owners, including me.
  15. I have one on my 2015, but only the factory built reader can read it, the early Troopers didn't have one, but if you need one and know how to hack into the system, you can get the information of the computer, the computer pin out is in Parts, Pieces, and Information for our Troopers & Joyners ........, it's pinned My tire is a General Grabber AT2 27x8.50 R14 95Q 6PR OWL http://ssl.delti.com.../GRABBERAT2.jpg I like it because I do a lot of pavement and it works off road as well any thing else.