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    • 08' Trooper T2 in need of trailing arm bushings. Whats the best?

      Hello Guys and Girls.  I need to replace all the bushings in my trailing arms and want to know what your using on the trails.  Got a 2008 T2 that I bought used and it has been abused. Thanks In advance  Chris  

      By C2010, in Joyner UTV SxS Forum

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    • 2008 Trooper 2 Trailing Arms

      Anyone know where i can buy 2 new Trailing arms for my 2008 Trooper 2? The ones that are on my Buggy are Bent up pretty bad. I plan on reinforcing the new ones so this doesn't happen again. Driverside part# D800. Passenger side part# SV1100.

      By Damage442, in Joyner UTV SxS Forum

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    • New 08 Commander owner inboard rear driveshaft broken

      I just bought an 08 Commander yesterday. Test drive it fine.  Got it home and took the kids for a ride.  Made it a half a mile and the inboard rear driveshaft u-joint came apart.  Called Joyner and they tell me that it's one of two driveshafts.  One they still sell and one they don't.  If it's the old style one I have to replace the rear differential in order to upgrade.  Anyone have experience with having the old one repaired or have one hanging around?   Wasn't planning to drop another $1000 in this machine 3hrs after buying it. 

      By JeremyH, in Joyner UTV SxS Forum

      • 7 replies
    • CageWrx introduces new roll cage design for the Polaris RZR XP 1000

      <table align="center" cellpadding="0" cellspacing="0" class="tr-caption-container" style="margin-left: auto; margin-right: auto; text-align: center;"><tbody><tr><td style="text-align: center;"><a href="https://1.bp.blogspot.com/-qdxag0pZswE/V83dD9GHWjI/AAAAAAAARNc/RcR3LDQxHV8K-GipVgl1W-D1cuDB9PuoQCLcB/s1600/CageWrx-cage-1.jpg"imageanchor="1" style="margin-left: auto; margin-right: auto;"><img alt="Polaris RZR XP 1000" border="0" height="266" src="https://1.bp.blogspot.com/-qdxag0pZswE/V83dD9GHWjI/AAAAAAAARNc/RcR3LDQxHV8K-GipVgl1W-D1cuDB9PuoQCLcB/s400/CageWrx-cage-1.jpg" title="Polaris RZR XP 1000" width="400" /></a></td></tr><tr><td class="tr-caption">Polaris RZR XP 1000</td></tr></tbody></table>CageWrx (cage-works) is a Southern California manufacturer of UTV aftermarket products. Their mission is to provide extremely high quality UTV components at competitive prices. A user-friendly brand with the idea of bringing race inspired UTV products to the market they are dedicated to delivering products that provide customers with the best experiences. The company specializes in roll cages, roofs, windshields, bumper kits, suspension components, tire jacks, tire carriers, and accessories for the popular UTV models such as the Polaris RZR and Yamaha YXZ. Founded by Chad Ragland and Danny Gormican, their unique approach has quickly impacted the industry and established the company as the go-to leaders in the market space. CageWrx brings proven off-road race technology and performance parts to UTVs while simultaneously providing fabricators, retailers and customers âdo it yourselfâ and completed solutions in the aftermarket product arena.<br /><br />CageWrx is extremely proud to introduce their third roll cage design for the Polaris RZR XP 1000. Following the tremendous success of the Race Cage and Super Shorty, CageWrx is now offering the Baja Spec UTV roll cage. The companyâs first âflat roofâ design, the Baja Spec filled a gap for UTV racers and enthusiasts who prefer a flat roof profile on their UTV. The Baja Spec is also the first UTV roll cage from CageWrx to come with 1.75â diameter main tubes and 1.5â diameter internal tubes, all .095â wall thickness, allowing this roll cage to meet stringent rule requirements set by SCORE International⢠and Best in the Desert. While the Baja Spec is a perfect cage for racers looking for an affordable quality roll cage solution, it also has mass appeal to the UTV market looking for a non-radius roof line design. The Baja Spec roll cage for the Polaris RZR is available as a knock-down or do-it-yourself kit and as a fully assembled roll cage including roof. CageWrx offers global shipping for both options. Like all CageWrx roll cages, the Baja Spec is designed for safety and strength. High quality material, engineered CAD models, and precision machinery all work in harmony to produce the Baja Spec UTV roll cage.<div><br /></div><table align="center" cellpadding="0" cellspacing="0" class="tr-caption-container" style="margin-left: auto; margin-right: auto; text-align: center;"><tbody><tr><td style="text-align: center;"><a href="https://1.bp.blogspot.com/-tUZZx2S8GKo/V83dTDtMaBI/AAAAAAAARNg/YvpaoPtIOzcmFV0dbPc_GcUmIcf_Q8aLQCLcB/s1600/CageWrx-cage-2.jpg" imageanchor="1" style="margin-left: auto; margin-right: auto;"><img alt="Polaris RZR XP 1000" border="0" height="266" src="https://1.bp.blogspot.com/-tUZZx2S8GKo/V83dTDtMaBI/AAAAAAAARNg/YvpaoPtIOzcmFV0dbPc_GcUmIcf_Q8aLQCLcB/s400/CageWrx-cage-2.jpg" title="Polaris RZR XP 1000" width="400" /></a></td></tr><tr><td class="tr-caption">Polaris RZR XP 1000</td></tr></tbody></table><div><b>About the owners and Company:</b> Chad Ragland has competed in many forms of racing and his competitive drive has helped him launch and run several successful businesses. 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      By UTVBoard News, in UTV News and Information

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    • Broken Output Shaft

      Went out yesterday for a casual trip up Farmington Canyon which is a few minutes from my house. We were about 3/4 trough our planned trip for the day. We veered off a rarely traveled trail due to it being steep, loose, and rocky. The final part of the climb was steepest and just over the top was the crest. As my right rear tire started to climb over a loose bolder it kicked it out and I stayed on the throttle. The rear end bounced and POP...there went my rear output shaft. It was not a fun spot to try and back down. The trooper kept wanting to slide and slip sideways regardless of where I pointed the front wheels. This is my first mechanical failure on the trooper. I am sure it was fatigued from miles of hard riding and rock crawling. Anyone suggest where to buy a new one? I don't want this part to fail again. I am going to look into heat treating the new one. I will also contact some axle companies and see if they can guestimate what it would cost to build one out of 4340 or even 300M. If it is around $500 it would be worth it to me to never have to worry about this part again. I would prefer an axle or driveshaft failure. Here are some pics from the day:

      By 2scoops, in Joyner UTV SxS Forum

      • 21 replies