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I know this is the Trooper catagory, but since there is not one for the Renegade, I thought I would add it here. Maybe we could get a Renegade catagory.

The Renegade seems to have the same rear drivline issues as the Trooper. Joyner does have the upgraded CV style for them. The shaft is about an inch shorter than the Trooper's. I highly suggest you replace yours if you haven't already. Thanks A.

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Yes it is fine for you to post here. You are welcome to be part of the team.

Did Joyner acknowledge the problem and say they were going to upgrade? They did step up and take care of the Trooper issue, I can't imagine they wouldn't do the same for you.

rocmoc n AZ/Mexico

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Oh yeah, they acknowledged it after the failure. Wish they had let me know before my customers had problems, but that's not how they operate. They did pony up parts for all that I have sold though. Just wanted to let everyone else know. A.

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Oh yeah, they acknowledged it after the failure. Wish they had let me know before my customers had problems, but that's not how they operate. They did pony up parts for all that I have sold though. Just wanted to let everyone else know. A.

Thanks Tim, I've just received the Trooper rear drivelines so my wait will be the longest again, but worth it. How many miles was on the clock before the failure occurred?

Cheers Mike.

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This was the first failure for any of my Renegades. Most have several hundred miles, "no failure". This particular machine had 80 mi. Was owned by a survey company, bought it friday, came in the next tues. They destroyed the front drive train trying to get it out. They twisted one of the front drive axles completely off. Not normal useage. A.

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