By Dan B
Does anyone know if Joyner USA in Phoenix AZ is still in business. Can't get onto their website. The FB postings are over 1 year old. Doesn't seem like the owner is interested in keeping customers interested or updated in what's going on. Hasn't been at the Riverview address in a couple of years. Last I knew, he was on S 18 St. There's a website that says Joyner USA is at the 3700 block of E Roeser. Don't know at the moment if it is the same business. I bought a couple of wheels from him last year and I want to buy two more.
Have a new r4 approx 800 miles just noticed the tach wont sweep with ignition on but the speedo does, also will start with out the clutch engaged. my 2012 r4 tach and speedo both sweep and it wont start unless the clutch is engaged , any ideas why?. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks Matt
Bought this machine a couple years ago and the gages didn’t work. I have troubleshot this thing numerous times to no avail. Thought it may be a common ground so I individually grounded the gages, didn’t work. I have tested the sending units. All have some resistance that changes as the engine revs or gets warmer. Please help me. Thanks in advance
I think the front wheel bearings need replaced. Lately i've noticed some noise from the front end while driving.. jacked it up and both sides have considerable play. The passenger side more so. Kawasaki 92045-1170 replaces the bearing. its 2 per hub. which is 4. it's 25 bucks PER BEARING. which is $100 and some change for both sides. Kawasaki lists that the bearing used is a 60/22 2RS ball bearing. i can find them anywhere from $5 to $10, BUT i question the quality, no country of origin is disclosed.
Pivotworks.com has a front set but its $42 for each side. 42+42= 84, so thats better than 100..... any one ever bought anything from pivot works?
I checked the local auto parts stores for the bearing but nada.