Below Joyner cables are available .
LF-238-N---Joyner Sand Spider Throttle Cable D650.07.03.01.00，
LF-239---Joyner 650 Sand Spider Clutch Cable D650.07.04.01.00，
LF-240--- SV1100 Clutch Cable SV800.07.04.01.00，
LF-243---Joyner 800 Viper 800MV Throttle Cable MV800.07.03.01.00，
LF-244--- Joyner 650 Commando Throttle Cable S650.07.03.01.00-4S，
LF-245---Joyner Commando C4 Clutch Cable S650.07.04.01.00-4S，
LF-246---800 Mini Viper, 800 Viper clutch cable MV800.07.04.01.00
LF-247---Joyner 800 Renegade R4 Throttle Cable S800.07.03.01.00-R4，
LF-298--- 650 Sand Spider parking brake cable D650.07.02.02.00
Above cables are locate in South Carolina. available in short time.
Please send me email at [email protected] if you need any of above cables. Thanks
Casey / Leaf Asia
By Greg Kilgore
We all know summer is hot inside the cabs of our SXS. So I've rigged up a couple of fans to help cool down the cab.
I didn't want to drill the fan's "support rails" into the ROPS (Roll Over Protection System), aka roll bars. So I used water clamps to hold them in place.
I just need to replace the wires I ran with bigger gauge. Then finish the wiring to switches, relays, and battery. But the hardest part. The actual mounting of the fans is complete. Also just in case anyone plans on doing this. I may have to only use 1 fan in the middle instead on 2. Due the the draw on the battery.
The fans are 12", 12V 80W. So I'm figured they were 6.7 amps apiece. Used the WAVe formula to get unknown values Watts=Amps*Volts then solve for unknown. I know the watts and volts from sticker on fan. So just used above formula to get amps. So a 7 amp fuse should be OK and a 10 amp fuse will be good.
So pulling 14 amps from the battery all day may be too much for the charging system to keep up with. And I haven't even installed the radio yet. So I will have to test and let you know.
See pics below.
This tboss 410 started having a problem with I think clutch not releasing. If you have it in forward with neutral safety disabled and try to turn it over, it will try to move forward. Neutral does work correctly.
What I was told occurred was he was trying to back up a hill and was trying to pull a load. He said that it all of sudden died and would not go into gear. To get it back he disabled the neutral safety and started engine and drove back but had to switch to neutral to stop.
Is this going to be the centrifugal clutch on the drive belt or could it be something else?