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Joyner Parts Dealer.In China they have 3 levels of quality.You can buy a Chery engine.If you buy direct from Chery you pay 2,000.If you buy from a Vendor you can pay 1,600 dollars because its not made buy Chery. It is built buy small shop with lower quality control and parts that are copy's of Chery parts.So be aware what you are getting.Parts like Pistons could be 69.00 from Chery and at the low end for 40.00.They are making poor quality parts.The third levels is 29.00 the lowest level.So be aware! 928 344 2117

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