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Locker for Joyner 1100cc?


rkstonerock

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Anyone know of a limited slip locker (lunch box) or a selectable locker for the Joyners that will work in the rear of the 1100cc Sand Vipers?

I'm spooled right now (2007 standard) but am afraid to go to open as I really like the traction when I need it climbing or in the sand.

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