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Hello I am new to forums in general.. so I'm sure I will be posting things in the wrong place and all that jazz so please bear with me and thank you for you help in the future. I live in middle Tennessee and I just got a 08 joyner 800 sand viper last winter. I had never heard of joyner be for. No one has around here. Which is awesome for me because I love to watch all the guys on rzr's face when I unload it. But I need a clutch and am hoping you guys can tell me if there is a automotive clutch that will fit it. Or where is the best place to get on for it.. thank you 

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