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Unread 02-19-2009, 03:24 PM   #21
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OK now do me a favor and install a high speed gear set in one of them and post those results also...alright? Thanks you're the best
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Unread 02-19-2009, 03:36 PM   #22
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Notice I have some pretty small tires 20x11x10 Trailwolfs.... you could easily get to 20mph with some 22s and I am pretty certain this set up would roll 23s just fine....But with the Fresh little knobby Tailwolfs I can climb a wall with these Which suits our needs better than high speeds ....
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Funny you should ask !!!!!

Don did that.... even posted pics. So I went right at it yesterday ......I don't know but perhaps it is the fact that I was using a different brand of PB-6 but, it was not enough actuation. I got about 1/2 throttle ??? So I had to resort to my old tactic which is ... a 6 inch lever with the pivot point at 2 inches to get double the travel from the accelerator rod? Maybe Don can enlighten us?
I found this pic from JRay since I was having the same problem. I need about 1/4" more travel in the accelerator to fully move the arm in the PB-6. Could extend the mounting point of the accelerator linkage at the point where it attaches to the accelerator in the front of the cart. THat would extend the travel distance... Anyone want to chime in on a successful upsidedown direct connection?
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Oops, I don't know how to cross post a quote...

Question converting VGlide&coils to Vglide&controller
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