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Unread 02-07-2009, 07:06 PM   #11
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Liquid wrench or rust buster is better than wd40 diferent stuff for different jobs.
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Unread 02-07-2009, 11:34 PM   #12
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Glad you could do as Rusty advised. My spring bolts were frozen solid, I may just pound them out and replace for next time. I would be real careful with that armature. I don't think you can feed that case on with the armature still attached to the spline. I would keep trying to get it off then put on some poly lube or anti seize on the spline prior to motor going back on. You might want to have a new spline aignment bumper ready to replace the old one. You can get them at CC for $3or $4. You might try a little paint thinner or solvent along with the WD 40 on the shaft some times this will help it to seep in & disolve some of the rust & crud holding it. Good luck
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Unread 02-10-2009, 08:07 AM   #13
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Follow up. Yesterday I sprayed a bunch of liquid wrench into the spline. Then I just kept wiggleing the armature. After about 15 minutes, I swore I felt it move so I just kept at it and within an hour, that armature came out. Whoopee. Now can someone explain what a spline alignment bumper is and what is "CC". I've got hardware stores and automotive stores available but very few if any golf part stores available. Thanks to all for your help and advice, especially the bit about lowering the axle. Boy that was a lifesaver.
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Unread 02-10-2009, 08:59 AM   #14
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CC stands for Club Car--Look in the end of the armature and you will find a spring retainer clip holding the bumper in place. It is also referred to as a "guide ring". Remove the clip (needle nose pliers will do it) and see if the ring will pull out. If it is tight, it may be glued. After the way your armature was frozen on the spline it doesn't sound like the ring would have been worn. Look at the grooves and if edges are sharp I would skip the replacement.The bumper is made out of hard plastic and prevents slop in the armature fitting on the spline. When this is worn you get a clicking noise from the rear end. I got one here from CC dealer for $3.88. They can also be ordered from many of the forum sponsers. Be sure you get one with spline groves on the inside. Older CCs had the groves on the outside of the bumper. Check my prior thread form Dec. "Club Car rear end clicking noise". Thanks to Lockman and CCJohn I struggled through replacing this little part in only 20 or 30 hours!! Note the motor blowup in my thread is for an older modelCC, assembly on 96 is same but ring has inside grooves. Hang in there & keep the faith.
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Unread 02-10-2009, 09:32 PM   #15
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Thanks for that info and taking the time to explain it to me. I'll check it out when I get the motor back.
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Unread 06-20-2015, 04:55 PM   #16
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Please try this first:
Put the motor case back against the axle housing then hit the back side of the motor with a rubber malet a couple of times. It will then come off.

Your talking about hitting THE very back SIDE--- on the motor! not the backend?
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