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Travis Sparks

best place to buy 2008 t2 joyner rear end?

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I bought one from china, it was $400.00 plus about 400.00 in shipping.

It was a 2014 model and has a better bearing setup on the lockup (cover) side

but the locking setup is not as good as the as the old one. the gears are weak just like the old ones are

if you load your buggy heavy you will break teeth off of the pinion and or ring gear.

If you can get a newer year it should be better quality ( I hope )

Good luck.

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