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Bad Bad News for my Trooper T2

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Well fixed the rear locker cable and put new tie rods on. My buddy that helps me went for a ride down the slate dump to make sure it was locking and unlocking. Well he went to come back home and went up a hill and heard a Bang! Well let's say it pretty much stopped itself and wouldn't move from the hill. He ran to get me and I went to look....

Yeah....... here it goes!

The rear end must have broken inside and locked up.

This is not where it ends.

It locked so hard that it actually broke the shaft stub off coming out of transmission to the rear drive shaft.........

Yep its prob going to be setting awhile....

Sad Day for me....

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silverbullet

Sorry it seems like the ring and pinion locked up.Pull the differential out and open it up and see if case is damaged.If not i think some one on the UTV forum has one for sale.The shaft in the trans is easy to replace and not to expensive.If you need any help send me and email.Or call 928 344 2117 ask for Matt.I have ring and pinion if you need it.Its new so see if some one has a used one it will be a lot less.

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Thanks Guys! I'm going to maybe look into somethings when it's apart and see about motors that might bolt up. And maybe a different rear end. I don't know if it's me or what but I'm tired of this rear..

This makes 3rd time iv had it apart..... after yesterday I don't think it's going to be very good outcome when I pull it apart....lol

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Thanks Guys! I'm going to maybe look into somethings when it's apart and see about motors that might bolt up. And maybe a different rear end. I don't know if it's me or what but I'm tired of this rear..

This makes 3rd time iv had it apart..... after yesterday I don't think it's going to be very good outcome when I pull it apart....lol

Is that all, LOL, I don't even bother to unbolt the housing any more, I just pop the inner CVs and pull the allen heads holding the right side cover on and pull the ring gear assembly out, but I did adjust clearance on previous removals. Now that my radiator is up where the spare tire was (sort of) and the spare tire is hanging off the rear of the engine cover bed, it's even easier to do.

Jeff

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Ok Guys.... Pulled rear out and apart.... So who has a pinion they want to sell? Unless you just want to sell me 3 teeth. Well 2 1/2.

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Dan it's the diff errrr hey who's running silver bullets now I called and it was Rick but I see someone namedatt has been responding here

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Silverbullet

Matt is the parts man.He is on vacation will be back on Tue.I am standing in for him till tomorrow.And is just the owner i have retired i had to take it back from Jose because he could not make the payments.What i can say is we have been buying from China direct.So we can some times get parts from China that Joyner has stopped making.Older models 650 Commandos 800 cc Viper 650 spider.We will carry all these parts + the new up dated parts.Meaning you more options.Like the ring and pinion for all the models front and rear.We are the only Joyner dealer with the 650 commandos rear differentials in the world.Hope this helps you under stand my position.Retired!!!!!!!!.By the way we due have the front differential 690.00

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Is that all, LOL, I don't even bother to unbolt the housing any more, I just pop the inner CVs and pull the allen heads holding the right side cover on and pull the ring gear assembly out, but I did adjust clearance on previous removals. Now that my radiator is up where the spare tire was (sort of) and the spare tire is hanging off the rear of the engine cover bed, it's even easier to do.

Jeff

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Hello Rick, Those cams are on the money. I appreciate all you done for me in getting them installed correctly. Thanks Plumber

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Our supercharger prototype will be ready in a few weeks.This is the SQR372 3 cylinder motor.We have a big demand on the 3 cylinder engines.I could no post so had to sign up again.

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