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Hi Garth,

welcome to UTV Boards. Thanks for offering your help. This forum has and will continue to be a great source for people seeking help and information. With you and Kris now adding to this, I can only say that it’s good news for all Joyner owners and on behalf of them, I’ll pass on their appreciation to you both.

Cheers Mike.

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Garth why don't you give us a little of yours and kris's background in Joyner

Thanks Jarred.

I worked for TJUSA as an account manager/rep. I was sent to SC to open the distribution center in Charleston.

I've been involved in off-roading since I was a kid, racing and riding sleds, motorcycles, quads, buggies, and pretty much anything with a motor.

And, I've also been wrenching on all my own vehicles for 40+ years.

I will be heading up the west coast distribution center for Joyner starting next month.

Kris Abel has been with Joyner since 2003.

It's safe to say that Kris probably knows more about the Joyner product than anyone else on the planet.

Once again, please feel free to ask any tech questions.

Thanks,

Garth

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OK Garth here it comes, you ask for it. What will the bell housing of the Chery 1100cc fit other than the Chery engine? I have hear it is VW. We want more raw hp, not the bolt-on / add-on stuff. What engine will button up to the Trooper trans? Where does the design for the diffs come from? Arctic Cat? The Chinese rarely reinvent something that already exist. What diff did they copy?

rocmoc n AZ

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Thanks Jarred.

I worked for TJUSA as an account manager/rep. I was sent to SC to open the distribution center in Charleston.

I've been involved in off-roading since I was a kid, racing and riding sleds, motorcycles, quads, buggies, and pretty much anything with a motor.

And, I've also been wrenching on all my own vehicles for 40+ years.

I will be heading up the west coast distribution center for Joyner starting next month.

Kris Abel has been with Joyner since 2003.

It's safe to say that Kris probably knows more about the Joyner product than anyone else on the planet.

Once again, please feel free to ask any tech questions.

Thanks,

Garth

Where is the west coast distribution center going to be?

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This is all good news. It's good to know that things are finally going to come together. I like to see guys with hands on experience involved. Looking forward.

Lenny

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OK Garth here it comes, you ask for it. What will the bell housing of the Chery 1100cc fit other than the Chery engine? I have hear it is VW. We want more raw hp, not the bolt-on / add-on stuff. What engine will button up to the Trooper trans? Where does the design for the diffs come from? Arctic Cat? The Chinese rarely reinvent something that already exist. What diff did they copy?

rocmoc n AZ

I have forwarded your question to Kris.

Thank you.

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OK Garth here it comes, you ask for it. What will the bell housing of the Chery 1100cc fit other than the Chery engine? I have hear it is VW. We want more raw hp, not the bolt-on / add-on stuff. What engine will button up to the Trooper trans? Where does the design for the diffs come from? Arctic Cat? The Chinese rarely reinvent something that already exist. What diff did they copy?

rocmoc n AZ

Rocmoc.

Here is what Kris has to say on the subject.

"Hey Garth

This is a misconception with the 1100 Chery. It's the 1600 Chery trans that has the same bolt pattern as the jetta, but there is a problem with this. While the trans will bolt up to VW, it will not work with how the clutch is designed. The Differentials are Joyner designed only, its not a copy of any sort."

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Thank you for your response. Sadly, I still need more raw power or torque. We will keep working at it.

Good to have you both on-board.

rocmoc n AZ

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So will there be a new set of parts coming? I'm down for a simple thing - the accelerator pump diaphragm on my 650 Sand Spider. The part must cost all of $5, but doesn't see to be available. Are new service parts coming?

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