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Nokie

what to do with old Joyner ?

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The rear gear box has a big hole in it were the drive line enters. The engine runs well and it has chrome wheels .

what on earth should I do with it ?

Any ideas would be appreciated !

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Someone might have a case to fix yours..

Or new trans or used trans from someone on here..

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You have a few options depending upon its age and general condition.

1.  Replace the differential

2.  Sell it as-is

3.  Part it out.

4.  Weld a patch over the hole (if the differential casing is weldable).

We can't really decide for you.  We can only give you options.  Probably #2 or #3 because of it being 11 years old unless you can get a free or very low priced differential.

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If you are giving it away I'm sure there's lots of takers. Put it up for sale. There is always a market for the parts if nothing else.

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Thanks for the reply.  I called Disabled Veterans and they will come pick it up and I can write it off my taxes next year.  Bad experience but that's just the way it goes sometimes.

Thanks to all who tried to help  !

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GOOD FOR YOU, GIVING IT TO DISABLED VETS, THUMBS UP!

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