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Unread 01-01-2009, 08:05 AM   #11
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Unread 01-02-2009, 05:29 PM   #12
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Don_got the motor out & on the bench. It sure looks like the "Bumper' IS WELL WORN. Checked everything else & looks Ok. Re the blow up for motor & part numbers-Not my motor. My "bumper" has spline grooves on INSIDE not on outside and is held into motor spline housing with retainer ring.. I ran the net and found a picture of a bumper with grooves on inside and it says "for G.E 94-99" CC part number is 1017891-01. This seems to match up with my motor CC#101785701. I think it is causing the clicking sound as the worn bumper allows the spline end of the motor shaft to "float". No big deal here as I thought I may have different motor than GE. Mine says "Federal Supply" and shows 3.1HP ?? But with the above CC part #. I am going to try and order bumper from Buggie but can get it at Powell if Buggie doesn't stock it. I am rebuilding this 96CC as a winter project to sell in the spring, something to keep me out of the bars!! So far so good with guys like you to help. Dick
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Unread 01-04-2009, 09:03 AM   #13
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Sorry about the "mis-info" Dick...
My manuals are 2007, but have alot of general info on all years!

I know you want to sell it in spring,
But, I suggest getting a service manual for it,
It'll help with any "technicalities"...
either give it with the cart, or keep it for the "next" project!

just a suggestion!
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Unread 01-04-2009, 09:23 AM   #14
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Don_got the motor out & on the bench. It sure looks like the "Bumper' IS WELL WORN. Checked everything else & looks Ok. Re the blow up for motor & part numbers-Not my motor. My "bumper" has spline grooves on INSIDE not on outside and is held into motor spline housing with retainer ring.. I ran the net and found a picture of a bumper with grooves on inside and it says "for G.E 94-99" CC part number is 1017891-01. This seems to match up with my motor CC#101785701. I think it is causing the clicking sound as the worn bumper allows the spline end of the motor shaft to "float". No big deal here as I thought I may have different motor than GE. Mine says "Federal Supply" and shows 3.1HP ?? But with the above CC part #. I am going to try and order bumper from Buggie but can get it at Powell if Buggie doesn't stock it. I am rebuilding this 96CC as a winter project to sell in the spring, something to keep me out of the bars!! So far so good with guys like you to help. Dick
Dick,

I just looked in my M&S manual for my '96 DS... The "bumper" is called a guide ring (CC part# 1017891-01), and is supposed to be installed in the end of the motor armature spline with an adhesive (CC part# 1018132-01).. The procedure shows how to use an axle input shaft to install and align the guide ring.. It also recommends letting the adhesive cure 24 hours before installing the snap ring and installing the motor.. Also, before installing the motor, coat the female splines of the armature with "Molykote G" lubricant.. I imagine any good anti-seize lubricant will do in a pinch..

Hope this helps...
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Unread 01-04-2009, 06:34 PM   #15
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Don & John-Lucked out with the CCpart #1017891-01 as the local CC dealer had one in stock. Higher price of course but no shipping. Can't figure the "adhesive" unless it is to keep the alignment while installing. The old one poped out of the motor sleeve with my favorite tool-the sharp end of a beer can opener!! I have it in the motor now witth motor hoisted and aligned just have to fit to input shaft. Ran out of patience and stamina (danged motor is a heavy dude) so will go at it in the AM. Thanks for sticking with me on this.-Don you are right on the manual, and a good sales tool -I just ordered one!! Dick
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Unread 01-04-2009, 06:42 PM   #16
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Don& John-What a world!! Here I am in 4' of snow in Spokane Valley Washington. Don is in Wisconsin (probably with snow as well) and John you are in Huston (with the sunshine). Where else could I get a couple of guys to pitch in on my CC problem?Anybody who doesn't think this forum is a winner needs some serious therapy. Thanks again guys. Dick
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Unread 01-05-2009, 07:52 AM   #17
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4"s...

On the ground right now is about 22" in Green Bay!
(from the start of winter, we've had close to 50" total! )

Yep... BGW rocks!

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Snow??? What is this snow stuff you speak of???

Yesterday was partly cloudy and 80 degrees.. Took my EZGO gasser and a cooler full of cold ones down to my dad's place for a little trail riding.. Spent most of the day riding the ATV trails along Chocolate Bayou, did a little fishing along the way.. Caught a quite a few redfish, unfortunately, none were big enough to keep.. The ol' man & I still had a great time though!!
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Don & John-Lucked out with the CCpart #1017891-01 as the local CC dealer had one in stock. Higher price of course but no shipping. Can't figure the "adhesive" unless it is to keep the alignment while installing. The old one poped out of the motor sleeve with my favorite tool-the sharp end of a beer can opener!! I have it in the motor now witth motor hoisted and aligned just have to fit to input shaft. Ran out of patience and stamina (danged motor is a heavy dude) so will go at it in the AM. Thanks for sticking with me on this.-Don you are right on the manual, and a good sales tool -I just ordered one!! Dick
Good deal on finding the guide ring!!! You might be able to use a bit of 3M weatherstrip adhesive (can be found at any auto parts store) to hold the ring in alignment while installing the motor.. I think the reasoning for bonding the ring to the armature, is to keep the splines from "chattering" under certain conditions..
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