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Unread 09-07-2015, 12:11 AM   #1
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Default 84 Club Car DS Differential

I bought an 84 Electric Club Car that I am restoring and I want to verify which differential that I have. I believe that club car used Fuji differentials but not sure. I want to upgrade this car to a 48 volt system and eventually adding 400 or 500 amp controller with a 4" to 6" lift. The motor is a 10 spline and I believe is an Hitachi.
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Unread 09-07-2015, 10:15 PM   #2
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Default Re: 84 Club Car DS Differential

Does anybody know what differential this is.
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Unread 09-09-2015, 11:40 PM   #3
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http://mobilicab.com/F4hxm7zhX073ecq...Golf-Carv2.pdf

link to parts manual

page taken from it shows two drives and dates verify serial numbers and this may be for you
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Thanks, I have seen that but just wanted to make sure this was a Fuji Differential. I have read that the Fuji was one of the weakest differentials made for the club car, so I may be looking at replacing it later with one of the newer model differentials if I plan on lifting and converting to 48v.
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I am in the process of stripping this car down completely and restoring everything and a repaint. This has become more work than I was hoping for, but most of the bolt hardware was rusted and needed replacing along with a lot of other parts.
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I've never had the opportunity to work on a Fuji. I was under the impression that they didn't have the 10 spline input shaft. I know they've got a rubber fill plug, which looks like what you have there. Otherwise, it looks a lot like a kawasaki.
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Thanks, I have seen that but just wanted to make sure this was a Fuji Differential. I have read that the Fuji was one of the weakest differentials made for the club car, so I may be looking at replacing it later with one of the newer model differentials if I plan on lifting and converting to 48v.
I noticed it was only for two years,


I have a Power Drive plus with the "Energy Displacement Module " . I think it only lasted about two years, mine was bypassed when I bought it in June. Of course reading older threads I see most do bypass it.
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I've never had the opportunity to work on a Fuji. I was under the impression that they didn't have the 10 spline input shaft. I know they've got a rubber fill plug, which looks like what you have there. Otherwise, it looks a lot like a kawasaki.
The 10 spline is what is confusing me, because from what I have found is the Fuji used a 16 spline. Yes this does have the rubber fill plug and the drive shaft housing has an arc instead of flat where It connects to the differential.
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