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Pics of the Engine?

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http://mpsracing.net/47-joyner-parts-mpsracingnet               http://joyner-usa.com/shop-online/                                      https://www.ebay.com/b/ATV-Side-by-Side-UTV-Parts-Accessories-for-Joyner-USA/43962/bn_7072435015                                          https://www.amazon.com/slp/joyner-parts/wpyuwuojstzm3no

                           

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The engine makes it look like your ride is a Joyner Commando 650; maybe an early year model.  The picture of the engine compartment on other websites is very, very similar to yours for the Commando.  The same engine is used in the Joyner Sandspider and probably other rides.  That should give you a start in searching for parts.

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