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Anyone know where I can get engine parts for the Groundpounder 1100cc besides straight from China? I need connecting rod bearings but can't find them anywhere.

Thank you for your time.

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If your engine is a 4-cyl 1100cc/1083cc gasoline engine, it's most likely a Chery brand.  Used in several other machines.  Chery has a 3-cyl 800cc/812cc version that uses the same parts except for parts needed to accomodate the 4th cyclinder in the 1100cc engine (crankshaft, block & cyl head & camshaft)..  Unless you are lucky to find someone who has bearings in stock, they'll have to order them from China, too.  You can search for "Joyner bearings" and find a few sources.  I don't know about Silver Bullet out of Yuma, AZ.  Others have complained about their service.  I can't confirm that.  Joyner-USA in Phoenix AZ is a source.  Their website has an incorrect address, updating it isn't a high priority.  Their current address is 2415 S 18 Pl; Phoenix, AZ.  Phone # hasn't changed as of March, 2019 when I've dealt with they earlier this year (needed headlights, in stock).  If your engine isn't the Chery brand, all this info I gave you becomes useless.  Good luck on your search, though.

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Yeah it's the 1100cc Chery Engine; I'm just having trouble finding parts here in the United States; I've tried calling Joyner USA and can't get through; I also sent a email to Joyner USA and got a reply and they was supposed to check to see if they have the parts in stock and price and that was 3 days ago and haven't gotten a email back. Have you or anyone had any experience ordering from AliExpress.com or Klung-Motor.com? They seem like they are the only places that have the parts.

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I've only dealt with Joyner-USA one time.  I had difficulty in getting email responses, also.  Phone calls weren't successful either.  I had to go to the shop in person.  No experience with any other suppliers.  Joyner-USA is about 50 miles from where I live.  I have to go to that side of town for other business.  If I have time, I'll swing by to see if anyone's there.  When I went there before, there was only Jake and one elderly helper.  He moved from his digs on Riverview Drive to a lower cost location.

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10 hours ago, Dan B said:

I've only dealt with Joyner-USA one time.  I had difficulty in getting email responses, also.  Phone calls weren't successful either.  I had to go to the shop in person.  No experience with any other suppliers.  Joyner-USA is about 50 miles from where I live.  I have to go to that side of town for other business.  If I have time, I'll swing by to see if anyone's there.  When I went there before, there was only Jake and one elderly helper.  He moved from his digs on Riverview Drive to a lower cost location.

Thanks Dan B for all your help. I'll probably just order them from AliExpress.com 12-20 day shipping to the US and hope I don't get screwed over lol.

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Let us know how things work out for you in case we need to get engine parts.  A dependble source with rapid delivery is essential.  12-20 days isn't too bad considering the 7,000 distance by ship.

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