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Just picked up a timing belt covers for my trooper,the Gator 825I uses the exact same covers not sure if anything else matches.

Casey @ JMC gave me the tip.

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The 825i uses the exact same Chery engine as the Renegade with the 812cc engine.  It's transverse mounted to accommodate the CVT transmission.  It wouldn't surprise me that much of the Trooper engine parts (1183cc) are interchangeable with the 812cc engine.  The 1183cc looks like it's an 812cc engine that has been modified to accommodate the extra cylinder.  812cc ÷ 3 cylinders = 270.666cc for each cylinder.  270.666cc x 4 cylinders = 1082.666cc

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