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Unread 08-08-2011, 11:43 AM   #11
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Standard Nipple Fitting is 1/4 so that is what I have just haven't tried it to see if it fits but I am thinking it should
Does anyone know the size of the bolt for the differential maybe someone might also have a picture they can post with arrows pointing to the 2 bolts (fill and drain)
There are only 2 bolts on the driver side differential... the other side has many bolts that hold it together as well as the motor. Trust me... it's not rocket science
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Unread 08-08-2011, 11:53 AM   #12
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ok I see I will check it out I am going to take the rims and tires off and jack it up beccasue mine is so low to the ground I have no working space to do it thanks
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Unread 08-09-2012, 11:12 PM   #13
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I just did mine yesterday. I used royal purple SAE 30. The drain plugs are on the drivers side of the rear end. The lower is the drain plug and the upper is the fill plug. Make sure you clean all the debris off the drain plug once removed. Also, first remove the upper plug then the lower. I have heard stories where the drain plug came off and the fill plug was stuck leaving people with an empty rear end.
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remove the upper plug then the lower. I have heard stories where the drain plug came off and the fill plug was stuck leaving people with an empty rear end.
No, that's easy! If that happens, just flip the cart on it's side, and fill thru the lower hole!

30 wt, 10w30, corn oil, it really doesn't matter, for the amount of use a cart gets... Wesson gets my vote!

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No, that's easy! If that happens, just flip the cart on it's side, and fill thru the lower hole!

30 wt, 10w30, corn oil, it really doesn't matter, for the amount of use a cart gets... Wesson gets my vote!

Picture as requested, courtesy of Scubabud: (snarky comments were directed at a group of gassers who were poking fun at the electric cart guys)


I love that pic every time I see it........
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Unread 08-11-2012, 12:02 PM   #16
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Redline Shockproof Oil

This is what I put in mine. It has the protection of gear oil and the viscosity of 30w. Top notch stuff
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Unread 08-11-2012, 10:13 PM   #17
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No, that's easy! If that happens, just flip the cart on it's side, and fill thru the lower hole!

30 wt, 10w30, corn oil, it really doesn't matter, for the amount of use a cart gets... Wesson gets my vote!

Picture as requested, courtesy of Scubabud: (snarky comments were directed at a group of gassers who were poking fun at the electric cart guys)

Haha thats great ill remember that in case it ever happens to me
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Does everyone use straight 30w oil? Its really hard to find in synthetic.
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About how much oil do you need?
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About how much oil do you need?
I was planning on just doing some routine maintenance (change oil, grease fittings etc).
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