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08 Joyner 800 sand viper clutch replacement help please!!


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Hello.. everyone my name is dustin. I am a nubbie to forums all together. But I have a 08 800 sand viper and I need to replace my clutch and I was Hoping some of the pros on this forum could tell me if there is a automotive clutch that will fit this thing. I have heard of a geo metro clutch working. But ??? don't want to buy one if it will not work.. if not where is the best(and cheapest) place to find one for it. 

Thank you in advance

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On 6/26/2017 at 9:56 PM, silverbullet said:

Silverbullet

We sell 3 clutches.1 is stock     169.00 complete kit with throw out bearing

Then we have a stage 2 clutch that is made in japan.Our clutch guy changes the fingers and the weighs to put 2 times the force.Great  269.00.Great tor towing,Climbing .

Thanks Rich

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