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Unread 04-17-2009, 10:21 PM   #1
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Default Precedent Motor Replacement

Is the electric motor on a Precedent as easy to replace as it looks. Can it all be done thru the access panel in the bagwell?? Or..is the motor going to hit the frame when I try to slide it off the splined shaft??
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Unread 04-17-2009, 10:47 PM   #2
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easy as it looks, unless its seized on splines...
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Thanks...nice...didn't want to drop down the back of the axle. I ordered a PlumQuick motor to try on a Precedent model which I am cleaning and redoing to sell.
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Is the electric motor on a Precedent as easy to replace as it looks. Can it all be done thru the access panel in the bagwell?? Or..is the motor going to hit the frame when I try to slide it off the splined shaft??
I just lifted the cart UP with a jack on the right axle side and slid mine off while on my back. You've done them before so just get ready to catch it after it's off the shaft and set it down lightly... Easy as 1,2,3
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