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Unread 04-08-2015, 06:48 PM   #51
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Aluminum battery trays all riveted in place and under coated the entire battery well area. Start working on the body tomorrow and hopefully start reassembly this weekend!

I need to finish this one because I just picked up this 95 EZGO Medalist (TXT body) that I want to start working on.
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Unread 04-08-2015, 07:01 PM   #52
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Also wanted to share what I did about the rusted resistor coil brackets. I hit them with a light sanding and then two coats of Loctite Rust Neutralizer. This stuff goes on clear as water and it slowly turned the rust into nice solid and smooth blackish colored metal. Turned out really good, I think.
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Nice work, man.... Keep us in the loop.

Did you get the steering wheel squared away?

Haven't messed with it yet. Probably be the last thing I do.
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Unread 04-09-2015, 05:54 PM   #54
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Looks good.. That rust neutralizer looks pretty nice. I'll have to keep it in mind.

Also looks like we both have the "bug" now.. I picked up another Club Car on Wednesday...
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Nice!
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Assembly has begun. Hopefully I can't have it running by this weekend.

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That's funny.. I have the same printouts on the floor when I'm putting mine back together. Did you 'line the body yet?
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Oh, and I would "flip the cables on 1-2 and 5-6... The body is pretty tight on that side of the batteries. If the cable slack is "inside" that will help when you drop the shell.
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Haven't done any body work yet. I also figured out today that I needed to order more 4ga cables for motor to FNR. The premade set I ordered didn't have those. I just ordered 40' of cable and 25 tinned copper lugs so I can make my own cables for this cart and others in the future. Also ordered a hammer lug crimper. Won't get it all till next week so won't have it running by the weekend. Guess I'll get to work on the body while I'm waiting. Oh and I also couldn't find the two screws/bolts to connect the cable lugs to the back of the FNR switch, so it's off to the hardware store as well.....
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One of many trips.... At least that's the way it goes for me..lol
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