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Joyner terminator 1600 transmission help


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Hello, i currently own a 06 joyner terminator 1600, im trying to find a 5 speed trans that has a manual locking diff that will bolt to the original motor, has anyone came across this? Reason im looking is because i plan on making the buggy street legal and a manual locker would be perfect for both street and dirt.0fc7326269d828c20bfc4dede0ee117e.jpg76b6ca0f3568799a9d6dcd4b7d5b5867.jpg

 

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I have no experience with that buggy transmission.I am sorry i have never seen one in person.Sorry
Thanks Rich
Thanks for the response, the trans is out of a 80's vw rabbit pickup, and the motor is the 1600cc chery motor, so pretty much what ever bolts to the chery motor should work, from what ive researched, that engine is very similar to the early 90s ford escort engines,

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I have heard that before but another customer said that only some of the parts were the same.I think that the bellhousing was the same.All china parts are parts from a few different models so no conflict with copyright.With out knowing for sure if information is correct.And seeing the picture you sent i am even less sure that is true.Maybe the truck makes the difference on the trans.Good luck!

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