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Unread 06-26-2015, 01:19 PM   #1
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Default just want to be sure.------on this centering kit

[B] Revolution carts sent me the kit. Davids been so good about it. I want to ask you guys,if i am right on the install;If davids around thats ok too.


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1{the flat plane steel washer goes on the splined shaft first- then slid clear back to case

2}The short spring gets slid on to the splined shaft...up against the flat steel washer?

3}THE "splined steel washer" goes on the splined shaft up against the spring already there.

4}[B]splined female coupling on the motor...gets the thicker of the 2 included in kit, rubber splined washers- pushed back into the coupling til it bottoms out.

5}Where does the "thinner splined rubber washer" fit in here?B].
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Unread 06-26-2015, 06:59 PM   #2
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Default Re: just want to be sure.------on this centering kit

i don't think you use the small black rubber part, that fits inside the shaft on the motor, only use the rubber part that fits on the shaft of the housing.
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Unread 06-26-2015, 07:31 PM   #3
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Clean off the diff output shaft. I use spray grease on the output shaft, then slide the washer on, then the spring, then the splined washer, and then the coned shaped rubber bushing on the shaft. Slide the motor back on, and tighten 'er up.

I DO NOT INSTALL the splined rubber washer in the motor armature or the new bearing that comes with the kit.
what i was told when i did one years ago
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Unread 06-26-2015, 09:01 PM   #4
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what i was told when i did one years ago
Well its all back together, all but the bearing was installed. Sad news.. It still has gear clash somewhere.Got to think of taking the rear gears apart. but!!!! ......i am thinking now, there might have been A light clink sound in the gears forward and reverse ,from the factory? .want to find an exploded view, of the rear gear set up,to look at.As of right now--------- back where i started. Wife says the same . Is there a bit of a noise in the gears anyhow??/ bob s i don't give up well.................
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Default Re: just want to be sure.------on this centering kit

there are 2 types of rears for 02
The Type K Transaxle has Gear Case Bolt heads facing toward the driver side
of the vehicle.
The Type G Transaxle has Gear Case Bolt heads facing toward the passenger
side of the vehicle

tell me which you have and i'll post diagram
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what i was told when i did one years ago
He's got a GE motor with a bushing already in it. He should be fine.
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I'm very surprised that didn't fix it. I wish I could hear this noise.
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Yes that would be the best way i think . but your along ways away for A service call. Dave.I really don't know, how or what to do next.If i can someone around here to listen to it- that does this . be a good idea to pursue.
Anyway . i know i have capable help here from all you guys, who have volunteerd your time to replys and ideas , Without you i would not be this far.


This cart is in great condition from good care over the years . Its worth my time to keep her going- just like the street rods i have built . Any new ideas i'll be poking around in my yard, and checking my emails saturday and every other day............. i keep forgetting i am retired/ have a good weekend fellow golf cart enthusiasts, The exploded view diagram would be a step in the right direction. Bob
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if you could do video it will have the sound on it



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Yes that would be the best way i think . but your along ways away for A service call. Dave.I really don't know, how or what to do next.If i can someone around here to listen to it- that does this . be a good idea to pursue.
Anyway . i know i have capable help here from all you guys, who have volunteerd your time to replys and ideas , Without you i would not be this far.


This cart is in great condition from good care over the years . Its worth my time to keep her going- just like the street rods i have built . Any new ideas i'll be poking around in my yard, and checking my emails saturday and every other day............. i keep forgetting i am retired/ have a good weekend fellow golf cart enthusiasts, The exploded view diagram would be a step in the right direction. Bob
Where in Michigan are you?
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