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Unread 03-14-2010, 07:04 AM   #1
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Can anyone tell me how many different rearends, who built them, & which one is considered to be the strongest out of the past 15 years from Club Car?
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Unread 03-14-2010, 10:55 AM   #2
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I'll give you the last 4:

Graziano, this is the one currently in use- and is the best currently.

Kawasaki- OK

Fuji (worst one of the bunch)

Terrell- strongest one but made too much noise
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Unread 03-14-2010, 11:00 AM   #3
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How can you tell manufacturer?
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Unread 03-14-2010, 11:11 AM   #4
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I'll give you the last 4:

Graziano, this is the one currently in use- and is the best currently.

Kawasaki- OK

Fuji (worst one of the bunch)

Terrell- strongest one but made too much noise
Thanks alot FIXEROFCARTS. How woud I determine which one is which between the Graziano & a Kawasaki.

Which one would be your pick between, Graziano or Terrell for Golf Cart drag racing.
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Unread 03-14-2010, 11:40 AM   #5
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The best one for drag racing I think would be a EZGO dana rearend from 83-85. Built like a brick you know what. and its a regular ring and pinion.

Between the kawasaki and the graziano you can tell by the way the bolts go into the case, but I don't remember which is which, but Im sure somebody on here will know. Both are very strong. Terrels havent been used since 1983 and the motor hook ups are different. So I would use those at all.
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The best one for drag racing I think would be a EZGO dana rearend from 83-85. Built like a brick you know what. and its a regular ring and pinion.

Between the kawasaki and the graziano you can tell by the way the bolts go into the case, but I don't remember which is which, but Im sure somebody on here will know. Both are very strong. Terrels havent been used since 1983 and the motor hook ups are different. So I would use those at all.
The Kawasaki can be split in half without removing the motor... The bolts face the driver side of the car. The graziano has two bolts holding the case together that are located under the motor, in addition to all of the other bolts around the drive unit. These bolts all face the passenger side of the vehicle.
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The Kawasaki can be split in half without removing the motor... The bolts face the driver side of the car. The graziano has two bolts holding the case together that are located under the motor, in addition to all of the other bolts around the drive unit. These bolts all face the passenger side of the vehicle.
Thanks GolfCartParts. I just check & the ones I have are Kawasaki..
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The best one for drag racing I think would be a EZGO dana rearend from 83-85. Built like a brick you know what. and its a regular ring and pinion.
Between the kawasaki and the graziano you can tell by the way the bolts go into the case, but I don't remember which is which, but Im sure somebody on here will know. Both are very strong. Terrels havent been used since 1983 and the motor hook ups are different. So I would use those at all.
FIXEROFCARTS, 83-85 is that the one with the motor setting 90 degrees from the axle tubes?
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FIXEROFCARTS, 83-85 is that the one with the motor setting 90 degrees from the axle tubes?
that is correct
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The Kawasaki can be split in half without removing the motor... The bolts face the driver side of the car. The graziano has two bolts holding the case together that are located under the motor, in addition to all of the other bolts around the drive unit. These bolts all face the passenger side of the vehicle.
Is this the same for the older style gas with the 2 gear boxes?
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