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Joyner Parts Wholesale.We have just received our bearings 35x65x35 SKF.

We have worked vary hard to make this deal.Well it paid off.These bearing are made in GERMANY!

Another way we haven provenwe work vary hard to bring the JOYNER community how we are commented to bring you the best parts.

Now we can offer trooper owners the best bearing you can get.No Chinese junk.Dual tapered roller bearing.

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Silverbulletmotorsports.net.Or call 928 344 2117

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Awesome. Keep those quality parts coming.

Do you have a non-chinese tie rod ends for troopers? The stock ones are horrible and get sloppy in a few miles.

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I will try to get a better ball joint for trooper.

Matt

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We have made a new up grade for tie rod ends and remove ball joint.We have sealed rod ends on both ends.Ball joints in near future i hope!

Don't forget 20% off motor parts made by Chery Motors top tier parts.Members only!

928 344 2117 ask for Matt.

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Silverbullet.

Kinarfi I heard you had Joyner put the up graded shocks.How are they working on your new Trooper.They were Yearben brand would you give them a thumbs up.I hope your new Trooper was every thing you wanted.Best of luck on your new ride.

Thanks

Matt

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Yes, Yearben brand, So far, they're doing great, didn't even try the stock shocks for comparison, I'm putting those on my 2008. Also had them swap out the deep lugged stock tires with General GRABBER AT 2 27X8.5R14LT. I haven't had a chance to put too many mile on these, but they've done well so far, so yea, thumbs up.

Jeff

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sure these bearings are a great quality, if the wheel hub does not fit correctly, you will still have problems after long use.

The chineese hub does not have the needed diameter 35.05, it's more likely 34,90-34,95. In this case you will notice bad fitment when you can firm both parts by hand already.

This hub needs a connection that ist under pressure:

Hub 35.05mm

Bearing 34.99mm

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We are away of the Joyner Quality.But we feel we have done our best to find a great quality German bearing.The Bearing is the stock 35x65x35 spec.I think the Joyner bearing carry is out of spec.We have checked two new bearing Carry and they both are different dimension and they are both new.We also checked the disc base and they are both out of spec.We have found a way to eliminate the tie rod end.Are next new product is to eliminate the ball joints.We are always looking for feed back that has a solution at the end of the feed back!

Thank You

Matt

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Due to the fitment problem I changed now to Opel spare part bearing 34x66x35 and drilled knuckle as well as hub to the correct size.

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That sounds like a great idea.Than is one way to do it.Good job keep up the good work.Man you are fast i hope you get a good result.Only time will tell.Take a picture of the bearing and your modification of knuckle.Post it on the UTV Forum.

Thanks for the up date.

Cant wait to see the modification!

Matt

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We have added a shim in center of the bearing so you can pre load the bearing.Lenny had posted a while back and most members just loctite the bearing in the carry Wait 24 hours and than install the c/v axle.We have the shim on order will have them in a few weeks.We are hoping that they have them in stock.We will send all the customer that already bought the Trooper bearing the new shim.If you do not know how to pre load the bearing call our tech line and they will explain how to do it.

Thank You

Matt

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Loctite isn't an appropriate solution as its prevents from optimal service. It also don't solves the fitment issue.

As we use compact bearings, you can't open them for this modification. Compared to a car, things should just fit perfectly for good operating. It may work for you, as you don't use the Buggy for long distances as we do in Germany (road use) (several thousand km per year).

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Please send photo of the up grade you did.The bearing will come out with out removing the outer race.Only the cheep Chinese ball bearing that you can not remove the inner race with the roller bearing.You are right we do not drive many miles every year.But we have customers with 5 to 6 thousand miles. On them and that's all off road.Well you might have a point!

Nice talking to you

Matt

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If used a SKF roller bearing as well, which did not match my requirements, as brake feels soft (due to a not straight drive according to the brake pads, caused by play in bearing).

Old setup:

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new pics come in 2Weeks

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I see the bearing is SKF .I cant see the bearing to well.If you bought ours we would send shim.We check the bearing and 35x65x35 size is in spec.I did not see the snap ring.I have sold about 120 of these bearing.No complaint except these 2 so far.That your bearing is SKF Spain.SKF is one of the best bearing company in the world.Made in Germany has the best quality control.What do you think is happening.May be need to sell Chinese bearings.I am only kidding.The shim will take care of it.It will pre load the bearing and tighten the bearing to the C/V Axle.One thing is your bearing has a plastic cage.Ours is steel.

Thanks for the feed back.We are out of trooper c/v axles so we can't check it.I know years ago we sent shim with bearing.We make much more money on the Chinese bearing.We sell the new bearing because we want to sell the best parts for Joyner,s Please call me on Monday and i will put a tech on the line or just give us your opinion by email on what you think is wrong.May be to much quality for the Trooper.

Matt

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Good Afternoon Trooper Owners, just wanted to let you know that we have the wheel bearing shims in stock and available for your Trooper.

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Awesome. Keep those quality parts coming.

Do you have a non-chinese tie rod ends for troopers? The stock ones are horrible and get sloppy in a few miles.

Yes we have chromoly tie rod ends.With seals to keep out the dirt.

Check out our web site we have new stuff all the time.

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We have finely found program for ECU.We can re right the program on all Joyner's.We can do timing and fuel curve and rev limiter.We are going to do our first base test on a stock 800cc Renegade .We had to find out this ECU code for our new supercharger no piggyback system needed.We have it where there will be no hoses.It will come with intake manifold. We will still have the fuel controller for those who just need that extra punch.Check out our website and see all the new things we have .We have keep prices low on most things.New stuff coming all the time!

Thanks Rich

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Hi Yosho

That shim only fits if you have a bearing carry has a lots of play.Some times it helps.The big one goes over the c/v axle before you install it in to the bearing.We have just started to remap a Joyner ECU.It looks promising to get big gains in the future.

Thank You

Rich

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