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Unread 08-16-2018, 07:56 AM   #11
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Default Re: Club Car braking issues

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Those single ubolts may be ok with a stock cart but look precarious with a lift block. This is a kit with 4 ubolts. It requires new plates top and bottom to accommodate the extra clamping. Which are provided.

http://www.americanliftkits.com/club...-arm-lift-kit/
I see them in the kit but wonder if they're available as an add-on to this setup, whatever it is.

The lifts kits aren't worth the trouble. It seems there are so many cons for a purely aesthetic upgrade.
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Unread 08-16-2018, 08:11 AM   #12
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Default Re: Club Car braking issues

They are only an aesthetic upgrade for some. Some of us need the ground clearance for where we use our carts. My cart has been over logs and through rutted ditches that would have a stock cart still stuck there rusting away. For necessity, not play.
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I just check with the guy who built the cart and here's what I have.

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About $125 cheaper than the All Sports kit. There is your answer. Might be fine for some, but not always.

Single bolts instead of u-bolts are inherently less secure for clamping axles than u-bolts. Then the issue is compounded by only two single bolts per side instead of two u-bolts. You can see the obvious superior clamping ability in the All Sports installation diagram. There may be others that offer four u-bolts too. I'm not hawking the All Sports brand specifically. Just the style of rear axle mounting.
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Unread 08-16-2018, 12:20 PM   #15
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Default Re: Club Car braking issues

I bought this cart to get me by while the RXV is being built so don't want to have too much more than the $4650.00 I have invested in it so far. He wants to try replacing the brake shoes next.
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