By Kevin Slack
After talking it apart and looking at the diagram the factory had a compression spring inside my rear drive shaft connecting seat, which is number 10 on diagram. Should of been just a flat washer with a lock washer then nut. Mine was nut flat washer and compression spring. The only compression spring used is supposed to be up front number 45. But part 10 and 6 is on its way. Picture of diagram and parts destroyed.
By David Dewayne Reel Sr.
Hi, I was hoping to find an "in-color" diagram, at least, of the wiring from the speedometer and where all the wires are connected.
The entire wiring of the entire side-by-side would be wonderful!!!
I purchased a used 2008 Joyner Commando 650 2 seater from an individual and they butchered the wiring...something has come lose and I cannot for the life of me tell where it is supposed to connect. It is a ground wire and is till connected to the frame but I don't know where else it is suppose to connect.
What makes me think it goes to the speedometer is that when it came lose, the speedometer immediately stopped working.
If anyone can help me with this, I would appreciate it tremendously. There is nothing on Joyner's website...and I already looked on YouTube to no avail...might be something there but I could not find it...
By Kevin Slack
Who sells hisun parts besides the picture I have up. They have what i need if I decide to order them. It will be two weeks wedsday that royal king has had my utv and parts aren't ordered yet. It's under warranty and parts will be free but I hate waiting, and I know if I take it back and do it my self the warranty will be over. But looking for another web site I can look up parts besides this one.
By Mike McDonald
The Intimidator is made in Arkansas and the company was affiliated with the Bad Boy products at one time. The engine is a Kohler 750. I replaced the flywheel and stator a year ago, so I feel like they are okay. The battery was replaced and all the cables are good, no corrosion.
The wiring diagram shows a rectifier/regulator and an inline fuse that the manual said could be my charging problem. My questions are:
1. Are these rectifier/regulators some generic or, are they specific to each machine?
2. Are there UTV parts companies that handle parts for all brands of buggies?
3. If the answer to #2 is yes, could someone recommend the names of parts companies I could contact?
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