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2022 brandnew Joyner CV Axles and CV Joint rebuild kits are comming


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Dear Friends, 

2022 Brand new Joyner CV Axles and CV  Joint rebuild kits are comming 

1.  S650.03.02.02.00 ---Joyner 650 Commando Rear

2. TR1100.03.01.03.00 --- Joyner Trooper Front 

3. TR1100.03.02.03.00 --- Joyner Trooper Rear

4. D650.03.02.02.00 --- Joyner 650 Sand Spider Rear Left 

5. D650.03.02.03.00--- Joyner 650 Sand Spider Rear Right 

6. SV800.03.02.01.00 --- Joyner 800 Viper, SV1100 Drive shaft Left

7.  14274 --- 650 ider rear left, rear right, 800 MV; 800Viper, SV1100 Drive shaft rear left and rear right outer cv joint rebuild kit

8. 15803  ---  650 Sand Spider rear left, rear right, 800 MV; 800Viper, SV1100 Drive shaft rear left and rear right outer cv joint rebuild kit

Attached are the part photos for reference. 

Above parts are now on the way to USA, will be ready for inland delivery in middle of July. 

Price: CV Axle: USD250/ Piece;  CV Joint kit (without grease): USD110  send to door. 

There will be special discount availabe for deals completed within July 2022.  

Buy 1 piece: Get 5% discount, 

Buy 2 pieces: get 10% discount.

Buy 3 pieces: get 15% discount, 

Buy 4 and more than 4 pieces: get 20% discount. 

Please kindly note Qty for each part is not big  and it is hard to forcast when there will be next offer for these kind of products unless there is sufficient confirmed order qty for productioin arrangement. 

Payment method: Payoneer payment link ( can pay through bank account or credit card) or Paypal ( [email protected]) .  Payment commission paid by the buyer. 

Interested parties, please contact [email protected] 

Thanks

Good Luck

Casey / Leaf Asia

July-07-2022

 

 

 

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Dear Friends, 

The 2022 Joyner CV Axles and CV Joint rebuild kits will arrive at  Spartanburg SC this week. 

To make sure that most of you get the brand new CV Axles and rebuild kits at better cost,  we'd expand the special offer period till the end of July 2022. 

Beside the discount listed before, we would offer special discount for CV Boots  ( USD12/ piece)  

To proceed order and payment, please contact  [email protected] 

 

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