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Unread 06-27-2015, 07:38 AM   #11
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Where in Michigan are you?

I am just above toledo ohio; into mich 20 miles, and 9 miles due west of dundee Mich- in Britton Mich CC
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Unread 06-27-2015, 07:57 AM   #12
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if you could do video it will have the sound on it



here is rear
Thank you for the diagram! CTD. I think i may pull the axells and check those splines next...i had noticed with a auto stethascope, i could hear the clink .--now known from a clunk.i really worded that wrong, one word can throw A novel off, so its a "clink" now. .as per gear lash will sound.
bob s btw thanks all and good morning to you all. Rain predicted here for the next 3 days. i will have to get a pair of oars bi-that time.trade my kart for a boat ha ha bob s

My daughter-in-law can take videos . i will make a point, with her to try this see what happens.thank you CTD good idea!

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I can believe the "sealant" in sealing the case", when guys ride them thru the woods, and just generally run them thru water and mud.Mine will never be setting O/S for any reason . So i'd be safe,There was a slight thin ring of surface rust, on the motor where the 2 parts joined.jmo bob s










. This kart came with out the two parts sealed up with anything
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Unread 06-27-2015, 09:42 AM   #13
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CTD. What is item #32 on the Illustrated Parts Breakdown.
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That is liquid gasket to seal the differential case and the transaxle to the differential case connection.
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Unread 06-27-2015, 09:56 AM   #15
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Your just messing around... right J?

CC #101928701 - Gasket sealant
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here is parts list
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Unread 06-27-2015, 12:56 PM   #17
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Working on same project here. I looked at this diagram closely, what is on the inside? .end of the axels? . Are they splined?and are forced fit in -or are they held inside with a clip of some sort.Iwould like to pull the pass side axel out of the housing and look the splines over good. i could have a chipped [spline]tooth, I doubt it!........ but should check. I do hear the noise get louder when i am listening on my scope... right at the axel o/s flange.' bob s thanks again for anything relative.
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bob sent me video of the noise i posted it to photo buckett
here is video




i got no clue
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bob sent me video of the noise i posted it to photo buckett
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i got no clue

i would venture to say its "not a normal"rear gear noise aayy
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I'd guess that it is in the brake shoe assy. Is that the normal volume or are you recording it thru the stethoscope?
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