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I recently bought a rear for my cammando from joyner and somethings not right the cv axles fit fine but the output shaft is different any one ele run into this problem or have an idea to make it work? Im gonna email joyner today and see if they can help but i figured someone on here might know something.

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Let's see what Joyner says.  I would first suspect that you have a differential from a different Joyner SxS.  Are part numbers stamped somewhere on the differentials so that you can compare them to see if they are the same?

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2 hours ago, Dan B said:

Let's see what Joyner says.  I would first suspect that you have a differential from a different Joyner SxS.  Are part numbers stamped somewhere on the differentials so that you can compare them to see if they are the same?

Call the dealer you bough  it  from.They should know.

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On 10/8/2018 at 4:59 AM, Bryan T Mumink Jr said:

I recently bought a rear for my cammando from joyner and somethings not right the cv axles fit fine but the output shaft is different any one ele run into this problem or have an idea to make it work? Im gonna email joyner today and see if they can help but i figured someone on here might know something.

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On 10/8/2018 at 7:00 AM, Bryan T Mumink Jr said:

I know on the new one there is but i didnt notice one on the old one ill check when i get home today.

 

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I visited Klung Motors web site.  They have a differential that has very close the same physical characteristics as the new differential that you have.  Can't go by physical characteristics, but it does need to be considered as to form, fit and function.  They advertise it for the Trooper 1100cc.  Good luck on your search.

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We have  5 coming in from  china. Trooper differential we take them apart and doing the Lenny up grade.Making them better.We have had good luck on.

Thanks Rich

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It looks like i am the only dealer!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!  given tech help. to all your members tech help is 928 344 2118   928 246 6819 you will need to  call me  928 246819

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We have some coming in from  china. For trooper differential we take them apart and doing the Lenny up grade.Making them better.We have had good luck.all of them 650 commando are gone.I am having a hard time finding  new ones.Call me if you need.Help

Thanks Rich

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Thanks everyone for the help and rich ill keep you guys in mind next time i need something, after some head scratching and with the help of welder and machinist friends we ended up modifying the shafts to make it work. 

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Sorry we are making a new website so if you need can call me 928 246 6819.We are still making  engines. cylinder heads.stock and performance part

thank you

 

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