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Hi everyone, I'm a new member with a trooper t2 and am glad that I have found a good forum with other Joyner owners, first question I have for you guys(I'm sure there are going to be quite a few in the future) is my battery is dead and won't recharge so what battery do I replace it with? I went to walmart, but could find any batteries that looked similar. And where can I get a replacement fender one of mine cracked.

Thanks for your help guys!

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Hi everyone, I'm a new member with a trooper t2 and am glad that I have found a good forum with other Joyner owners, first question I have for you guys(I'm sure there are going to be quite a few in the future) is my battery is dead and won't recharge so what battery do I replace it with? I went to walmart, but could find any batteries that looked similar. And where can I get a replacement fender one of mine cracked.

Thanks for your help guys!

Buy an Optima, their expensive but they are the only battery that will last years (6-8) with the jarring. You'll have to make the battery box bigger.

Lenny

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Hi everyone, I'm a new member with a trooper t2 and am glad that I have found a good forum with other Joyner owners, first question I have for you guys(I'm sure there are going to be quite a few in the future) is my battery is dead and won't recharge so what battery do I replace it with? I went to walmart, but could find any batteries that looked similar. And where can I get a replacement fender one of mine cracked.

Thanks for your help guys!

Not sure which fender you need but heres a couple,both left front

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http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/JOYNER-LEFT-FRONT-FENDER-TROOPER-/400143488118?pt=Motors_ATV_Parts_Accessories&hash=item5d2a691476

http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/JOYNER-LEFT-FRONT-FENDER-TROOPER-/400143485887?pt=Motors_ATV_Parts_Accessories&hash=item5d2a690bbf

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Lawn mover batteries. I run one in my race car.

rocmoc n AZ/Baja

My concern with the lawn mower battery is it's reserve power. They are real cheap like 25-30 bucks and you could easily buy an extra to bring on remote trips. I went with the Optima, the marine Optima, not only because of it's duribility but because it has a lot of surplus reserve capacity. I'm always concerned about getting out in the middle of no where and ending up with a dead battery or starting problem for some reason. I've run Optimas in my truck and found them to last far longer then flat plate batteries. Optimas use a wound up coil for plate design which doesn't flex with jarring. When I bought my current Dodge diesel it had 1-1/2 year old batteries in it. I switched them with the 3-1/2 year old Optima batteries out of my old Dodge diesel and have run them already another 2 years. The marine battery is expensive though, $170 and the lawnmower battery will work.

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Best back up battery is the Buddy System. That is why I don't like to go out that often by myself. Sometime you just can't help it so we have a lot of miles alone. I do agree, have a great battery. Good in this case is not enough!

rocmoc n AZ/Baja

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Best back up battery is the Buddy System. That is why I don't like to go out that often by myself. Sometime you just can't help it so we have a lot of miles alone. I do agree, have a great battery. Good in this case is not enough!

rocmoc n AZ/Baja

Also the reason why I take the wife along,she is strong and can push for quite a distance(LOL)

Edit - Kinarfi -- Me Too. :lol::lol:

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FYI,

Autozone stocks a direct replacement, 51-DLG. Exact fit, low maintenance, 3 year replacement - $95.00.

Randy.

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Does the T4 use the same battery, in need of a new one myself.

FYI,

Autozone stocks a direct replacement, 51-DLG. Exact fit, low maintenance, 3 year replacement - $95.00.

Randy.

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YES! Should, no diff in requirements.

rocmoc n AZ

I agree, I have the T4 and they are the same.

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