Below Joyner cables are available .
LF-238-N---Joyner Sand Spider Throttle Cable D650.07.03.01.00，
LF-239---Joyner 650 Sand Spider Clutch Cable D650.07.04.01.00，
LF-240--- SV1100 Clutch Cable SV800.07.04.01.00，
LF-243---Joyner 800 Viper 800MV Throttle Cable MV800.07.03.01.00，
LF-244--- Joyner 650 Commando Throttle Cable S650.07.03.01.00-4S，
LF-245---Joyner Commando C4 Clutch Cable S650.07.04.01.00-4S，
LF-246---800 Mini Viper, 800 Viper clutch cable MV800.07.04.01.00
LF-247---Joyner 800 Renegade R4 Throttle Cable S800.07.03.01.00-R4，
LF-298--- 650 Sand Spider parking brake cable D650.07.02.02.00
Above cables are locate in South Carolina. available in short time.
Please send me email at [email protected] if you need any of above cables. Thanks
Casey / Leaf Asia
By Robert B
Going down a 20 deg hill engine is holding UTV back. Then something releases like going into Neutral and makes a loud clacking noise. Have to use brake to slow UTV down. Then once level it shifts back into gear. Have done shift extension does not pop out of gear.
I'll start by saying i'm learning as i go & have come a long way, but there are some maintenance issues on my mule sx that must be addressed & i've got nobody around with experience & cannot bring it to a shop.
I've got rolling resistance when i jack up the front wheels. Months ago i thought i was possibly a brake issue but didn't yet have the equip. to pull the wheel hubs or press them back on... but the noise/friction seemed to resolve itself. I just checked up on it because i've got the tools for dealing with the brake system now and i noticed the wheels dont really spin... theres a lot of resistance and i can hear it coming from the front diff. I can't remember if it used to do that before, but i dont think it did. Its not the drive shaft or u-joints, but i've yet to pull them to be certain. it really sounds like its in the front diff. just where the drive shaft connects.
Should the front wheels - when in neutral and in 2wd and no diff. lock - spin freely? Theres too much drag for mine to even go once around. Can anyone point me in a direction? Otherwise its trial and error with cv axles, ball joints, brakes, etc. and i dont have the $ or time for that.
I'm in over my head and really hoping someone can help. I'll try to make a video of whats happening, hopefully the sound will come through well. Maybe that will help diagnose it. Thanks.