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bnold

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Afternoon,

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)

         Outer 65x45x8

         Inner 62x42x8

         Bearing 02.D650.03.01.0005 - 65x35x35

- Inner tie rod joints

     D800.05.01.00.0002

- Upper and lower ball joints

     S650.02.01.01.01.00

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.

 - MPSRacing.net

 - Is ordering from Joyner-USA working for folks?

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.

 

Thanks,

 

 

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