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Everything posted by Kinarfi

  1. as in the previous post, you've made a simple error of double quoting, which make for poor reading and confusion, as the writer/poster, you can edit your own posts, as Moderator, I feel compelled to edit some of your posts, as long as I don't indulge myself in censorship, so if some of your posts get changed, that's why, but I will mark it as edited.
  2. question? How many people us the "Silverbullet" name to post with? If multiple, are some more computer literate than others and would they like to edit the posts made by "Silverbullet"?
  3. For the sake of us readers, is it possible for you (or Me) to edit / delete out the errors of posting made by SB in this thread, I don't think it could thought of as Censorship, just cleaning up the thread which has turned into a Mess and become unintelligible in places.
  4. WOW , Interesting, good, never dealt with SB, always went to joyner-usa.com or called them on the phone whenever I need parts and or advice. One thing I have always appreciated about this forum is an actual attempt to help each other figure the problems we have had with Troopers and other Joyner products, we solved a lot of problems back then and the need to hang together and share is still very valid! Jeff
  5. gee The wrench, you must have really shook him up he hasn't made a post since
  6. This is what I used; www.banggood.com/TDA7492P-50W50W-Wireless-Bluetooth-4_0-Audio-Receiver-Digital-Amplifier-Board-p-1003047.html?rmmds=myorder&cur_warehouse=CN TDA7492P 25W+25W Wireless Bluetooth 4.0 Audio Receiver Digital Amplifier Board Product ID: 1003047 Price: US$ 11.48 also look here for other choices www.banggood.com/search/bluetooth-amplifier-board.html I put one of these in and hooked speakers to it a listen to music from my phone, works good, but would do better if I got some better speakers. I added a multiconductor cable and put remote switched on the dash for power, volume up and down and move forward to next song. If you know what you're doing, it's easy and can use any speaker you want.
  7. If you're going to do that, take your photos and put them in google drive and share the folder so we can all see what you have. Jeff
  8. I had that problem and when camping one time I parked on a hill and it would start with out a problem if I just coasted down the hill and popped the clutch, and once the engine warmed up, no more problems! I've always wondered if the starter pulled the voltage down far enough to effect things. I put new rings on the pistons and never had the problem again.
  10. I've never had to deal with them, but I was going to ask if you have the manual or not, just for the drawing of how the are run. good luck to you, Jeff
  11. if you go with stock original bushing and your swing arms do not have grease zerks, add them, put them so they don't get sheared off at full travel.
  13. please take some photos of the bolt heads and how much machining you had to do for clearance.
  14. BEAUTIFUL!!!! THANKS, I have added it to Parts, Pieces, and Information for our Troopers & Joyners as Joyner Trooper Differential Rebuild Kit .doc, figured it would show up in searches better with that name.
  15. I have been cleaning my garage and ran into the original instruction papers that Lenny sent out with the shim kit. I'm wondering if there's much interest having them posted and the hassle of copying everything. We'll see! Jeff
  16. HERE'S A PHOTO OF WHAT I HAVE AND THINK YOU MAY HAVE, photos are old saved photos some photos of what you do have may help
  17. Yes!!! that is exactly the reason. I am the one who started the act of using these bolts, my reasoning being that the thread acts as a place for the bolt to start shearing, just cut them all to length and remember, you have to grind the head down also, I think I posted a photo of that also. to grind them down, I used a drill and a grinder, and I never did agree with those who put nuts on the bolts, AND while you have access to the mating surfaces, sand them so the locktite has a little more to grab onto when you apply it to all the very clean surfaces and bolt when you do your final assembly. did you find any instruction on how to do all this or have they been lost? Jeff
  18. I'm afraid you're on your own, that's not on a regular Joyner, someone added that. My question about hydraulic steering, what happens when the engine dies or the belt breaks? Bad idea in my book.
  19. YES, one is power out, one is sense from the battery so the alternator know how much to charge, ground is chassis ground. photos didn't tell me anything, let's see your power steering
  20. upload your photos to google drive and give us the access code, how do the wires look inside the alternator? still bright or ar they dark as in burnt.
  21. 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
  22. 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
  23. I meant to this when you first posted, I'll set my alarm to remind to do it today, this off of a 2015

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