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Unread 06-13-2015, 12:41 PM   #1
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a repair that doesn't last very long? Astop gap approach. or are they fairly permanent.How many guys live with this clunk the motor makes? Maybe be better off to just live with it, you only hear it in the paved driveway. What do you think??//thanks bob s
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Unread 06-13-2015, 02:57 PM   #2
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"Maybe be better off to just live with it"--Sounds like you're talking about my knee.


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"Maybe be better off to just live with it"--Sounds like you're talking about my knee.


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funny you said that Tag! My left knee is drivni me nutz today!
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When the motor does break loose . does the armature fall clear out? or does the motor complete fall out as a unit? . Putting an armature back in its shell- [outer cover] used to be a hard job, trying to get the brushes back in place.Will any small copper wires be breaking inside i can't see. I got to get all the info i can, on this electric stuff.thanks again to he who helps bob
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When I got my cart. A 90 CC. I did a complete upgrade kit from Scotty. Including motor. So, when I took the original motor off I wasn't worried about damaging it. It was a bit of a bear to come off but not too bad. I think I used a rubber mallet and maybe a pry bar to help. I did mine with the rear end still under the cart so, the worst part was lying on my side trying to do all this. In that position the motor was a little heavier than I thought when it came off the shaft. I read on here later to tie a strap and support from the top and that would have helped once the motor came off. The motor did come off in one piece. Nothing broke or fell out.
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When I got my cart. A 90 CC. I did a complete upgrade kit from Scotty. Including motor. So, when I took the original motor off I wasn't worried about damaging it. It was a bit of a bear to come off but not too bad. I think I used a rubber mallet and maybe a pry bar to help. I did mine with the rear end still under the cart so, the worst part was lying on my side trying to do all this. In that position the motor was a little heavier, than I thought when it came off the shaft. I read on here later to tie a strap and support from the top and that would have helped once the motor came off. The motor did come off in one piece. Nothing broke or fell out.


..Thank you dirtpit.I am ready to hit my shop and start this "motor removal."Doing this in my kart, with a tie down wrapped around it, to keep from dropping it, or something worse. Really do appreciate the reply. And take care bob s
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