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This is rocmoc/Michael one of the first on this forum when the Joyner was one of the most active topics.  First an update of others.  The earlier members will also remember Lenny and Jeff.  With myself we organized the first Jamborees in 2009-2012.  Sadly if you have not heard we lost both Lenny and Jeff in 2018.    A great loss to the community.  Myself:  Still around but rolled over to Jeep and Arctic Cat Wildcat.  The Wildcat  design still remains me of my old 2008 Trooper.  Doing well as the Last Man Standing but cleaning out the garage.  Found some New and used Trooper parts I will list in the parts section.  Wanted to give you all a chance before I list on Ebay.  As many of you knew Lenny listed a lot of stuff on Ebay.  Will I partnered a lot of the stuff with him and I still have stuff.  Take care and I will check in for message should you want to ride.  Still make it to Utah every other year and am still in Southern AZ.

rocmoc in AZ/Mexico

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Hi @rocmoc ! Thank you so much for the update, I was surprised/happy to see you back on here...You and a few others are responsible for bringing UTVBOARD to life, specifically driven by Joyner topics in the earlier days. Your contributions were always appreciated. I do hope you’ll stick around when you have time. Very sorry to hear about Lenny and Jeff. 

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Welcome back rocmoc,always good too see old forum members show up.

Sorry to hear about Jeff.😞

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If you ever make it to Quartzsite...look me up. I have the pet store here. We are open Nov-Apr. I live here year round.

 

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For certain, try to make it at least once during the winter.  We are always in the Motorhome with dirt bike and SxS or Jeep.  This winter my brother will be meeting us with his dirt bike and 5er.  Jan or Feb, not tied down yet.

rocmoc n AZ/Mexico (Michael)

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We are in the Tyson Wells vendor area across from the discount grocers where K&B tools is at...ask anyone they know us. Know lots of cool rides here.

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Yeah, we are going to try and make it over.  Will have a few people to look up.  Saving the email notices of who I have to find!

rocmoc n AZ/Mexico

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Michael,

Good to hear from you. Really sorry to hear about Lenny and Jeff. I send you a PM.

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On 9/26/2019 at 9:37 AM, rocmoc said:

This is rocmoc/Michael one of the first on this forum when the Joyner was one of the most active topics.  First an update of others.  The earlier members will also remember Lenny and Jeff.  With myself we organized the first Jamborees in 2009-2012.  Sadly if you have not heard we lost both Lenny and Jeff in 2018.    A great loss to the community.  Myself:  Still around but rolled over to Jeep and Arctic Cat Wildcat.  The Wildcat  design still remains me of my old 2008 Trooper.  Doing well as the Last Man Standing but cleaning out the garage.  Found some New and used Trooper parts I will list in the parts section.  Wanted to give you all a chance before I list on Ebay.  As many of you knew Lenny listed a lot of stuff on Ebay.  Will I partnered a lot of the stuff with him and I still have stuff.  Take care and I will check in for message should you want to ride.  Still make it to Utah every other year and am still in Southern AZ.

rocmoc in AZ/Mexico

Hey rocmoc, "mate", great hearing from you again, a blast from the past for sure. I rarely come on here myself now and are sadden to hear about Lenny & Jeff.  I stopped all dealings with Joyner immediately after the factory in China started ripping me off. I still love the T2s & R2s though and to this day still think the T2 is far better than most UTVs. I can't believe  Lenny & Jeff are both gone, Wow. I always used to fear the most with your trips into Mexico, so glad to see your still doing well.  I sell loads of parts for the Wildcat and Jeeps now too, so just for you I'll quote mates rates (cost) if you need something.  Mostly just accessories for the Jeep models. I'll P.M my email. 

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LOL, still doing the Mexico gig.  Never have had a problem I have not had in USA.  Thanks for the info on the Jeep & Wildcat.  Keep it up and be safe,

rocmoc n AZ/Mexico

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Good to hear from ya Rocmoc!! Glad things are going well for ya...so sorry to hear about Lenny and Jeff. Hey, in all your cleaning, you didn't come across a water pump for the T2, did ya? We lost ours last weekend - probably the one and only part we didn't replace on the Joyner. Go figure....

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