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I recently bought a Joyner Trooper T2. New to the forum and new to owning a utv. But I have a lot of off road background. With jeeps,HMMWV's, and tracked vehicles. I was originally going to buy a RZR but changed my mind after reading the info on this site. Though some were foolish to be "brand wagoners" and not state facts. I will say that it was rocmoc who helped tilt the tables. Thank you for that if you read this. I live in Arizona about 15 miles west of Florence. Anyway thanks

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Welcome!

BUT, I use to have friends on here before I was included in your post, LOL! Since you have got me in hot water with my buddies, you better stick around and post about your toys. Also my old use to be buddies use to welcome me to the yearly Jamboree so I know you will be welcome also. I'm confused!

rocmoc n AZ/Mexico

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  • 9 months later...

Good morning to all!

I'm new to this forum. Bought my Trooper last year (2012. I am from an auto body background with limited engine knowledge. In Boise Idaho where I live, there is no Joyner dealer or service available so I must do it all my self. I'm interested in learning as much as I can regarding the engine and keeping it running at its top performance capabilities. Any suggestions on forums, books, videos, etc., would be greatly appreciated.

GOM

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