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Hi, my name is Stan i am a 70 year old newbie just ordered a 2014 Joyner R2 1100cc will arrive in US in late Feb. will be shipped in crate for me to build. Have not found any info on the 1100cc Joyner R2 on line. The importer said it's replacing the 800cc. T2 with a R2 body? Will be used to my 30 acres in the MO ozarks.

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