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Hello I have 650 commando rear differential.

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Hello

I have just recived date of first delivery of 650 differentail.We have taken these rear differentails apart and re shim them and installed new upgraded hardware.They will be shipped out :rolleyes: starting 7/25/15.

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Silverbullet

No we do not sell renegade rear differential.Which will run the front differential.These are the Joyner 650 rear Differential.As i said we are going to disassemble unit re shim and install heavy duty hardware.These are made from vender who make them for Joyner in China.Check out our website

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silverbullet

We will price match any advertized price.On parts in stock. Buy from US dealer.We due 6 month financing thru.PayPal.

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are those the diffs people were putting in the trooper

No the trooper rear differential.We do the Lenny up grade plus a few other modifications.On all the differential we get from China has gotten better Trooper but we find small mistakes.We up grade the hardware to 12.9 with nuts.We tig the pin and a few other things.

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silverbullet

The 650 are a complete other thing.The back lash is way off and can not be made great.We up grade the hardware and shim the pinion and ring gear to the best we can.We sent out ring and pinion to a test facility to see if they were harden properly and were strong so they did a pull test and they were ok. We have sold about 60 units with a 2 come backs.Vary hard to find them they want a big order of 20 unites doesn't work for us.So we are just constantly looking for them.We have a lead lets hope it pans out.C/v axles are easy to get we have some in stock.

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silverbullet

We have ordered some rear deferentials. Trooper,Renegade,Commando.Will all be up graded buy us.Including Back Lash new 12.9 hardware with nuts.We tack weld the pin in place and make sure every thing is up to spec.No other dealer dose this and they charge more money.Some times we have a 10 to 20 day wait.Some times so be aware.

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On 7/8/2015 at 3:04 PM, silverbullet said:

Hello

I have just recived date of first delivery of 650 differentail.We have taken these rear differentails apart and re shim them and installed new upgraded hardware.They will be shipped out starting 7/25/15.

Thanks Silverbullet

I would like to get a quote for one of the Joyner cammando 650cc rear differential. Please

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On 8/18/2015 at 1:14 AM, silverbullet said:

silverbullet

We will price match any advertized price.On parts in stock. Buy from US dealer.We due 6 month financing thru.PayPal.

Thanks Matt

I would like a quote for a spiral bevel gear rear and pinion rear differential. Thank you. 

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I have a Joyner cammando 650cc but I need a spiral bevel gear rear and pinion. I'm unable to locate any. Mine is stripped and only front wheel pull  do you know where I can get one?

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On 11/14/2018 at 9:08 AM, Wanda Williams said:

I would like a quote for a Joyner Commando 650 rear differential. Thank you. 

 

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