By Dan B
Disclaimer: My spell checker thinks it knows more of what words I want to use than I do. Typos are not my fault.
This is a general comment on the support I received from Joyner-USA in Phoenix, AZ. I needed one headlight assembly for my Renegade because the mounting pin was broken. Duct tape and bailing wire held it in place for a few years. To my surprise, they had them IN STOCK. I bought two and kept one of my good old ones as a backup. They completed their move to a new address at 2415 S 18th Pl, Phoenix AZ from their former Riverside location. As a gift, Jake gave me two T-shirts. He said he as most of the parts for my 2014 Joyner Renegade. I looked at his yard and he has several engines and UTVs in stock, mostly the 1100cc engines and several Renegades. Maybe a Trooper or two was buried in there somewhere. Everything was crated and outdoors. I hope he moves his inventory indoors, out of the weather. Their website says their hours are 9:00AM - 5:00PM but their actual hours are 10:00AM - 5:00PM. I arrived at about 9:20AM and no one was there; place locked up. I was a little upset that with a 9:00AM opening, someone should have been there. I was concerned that I made a 70 mile round trip for nothing. Fortunately, one of his employees showed up and told me of their later hours. So, everything turned out fine. I got the parts I needed and two T-shirts. This is based upon a one time, 1st time experience. I hope future vists are just as good.
By Matthew Zeller
My grandpa has a Yamaha wolverine side by side. It has a solid rear axle. The problem is it tears up the yard when he turns. Question is has anyone or can he make it into a differential by anyway gear box swap or change some gears. Thanks if you can help!
By Joshua Matiyasic
I have a 2018 Massimo MSU 500. I have looked everywhere for performance parts and all I have been able to find is the dyno bost module and a K&N air filter. does anyone know of any other parts out there or interchangeable parts from other makes or models?
Doing some much needed overdue maintenance on the Joyner T2. Believe mine is a 2011.
In need of :
- wheel bearings and seals (small and large)
Bearing 02.D650.03.01.0005 - 65x35x35
- Inner tie rod joints
- Upper and lower ball joints
and I'm sure I'll uncover a few others as I continue the tear down
What's the most reliable for parts now?
- Casey Ye from China, assuming shipping cost and time would be higher.
- Klung, China contact as well I believe.
- Is ordering from Joyner-USA working for folks?
Address: 1650 E Riverview Dr Ste 110, Phoenix, AZ 85034 Phone: (602) 253-0283 Don't want it torn apart in the shop for too long.
Is there a parts manual floating around for ordering the correct parts? I have a 2009 parts manual I believe, but there are definitely differences between that model and mine.
Hate to order the wrong stuff.