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Unread 08-04-2011, 09:28 AM   #31
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Default Re: 87 36v clubcar no go

Well, my dad had told me that he had the motor worked on a couple of years ago.
This is what I found. You're going to love this.
The brushes were really good. Obviously recently replaced.
The S2 Post had been broken before because they put a loop connector on the wire. When they did this, they soldered it to the top of a carriage bolt! Of course that fell off.
I put a bolt(not a carriage bolt) through the Loop connector and the insolator and put it back together. Boom! We are rolling again.
Thanks for the help guys! Also, thanks to this website.
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Unread 08-04-2011, 11:32 AM   #32
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Default Re: 87 36v clubcar no go

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Well, my dad had told me that he had the motor worked on a couple of years ago.
This is what I found. You're going to love this.
The brushes were really good. Obviously recently replaced.
The S2 Post had been broken before because they put a loop connector on the wire. When they did this, they soldered it to the top of a carriage bolt! Of course that fell off.
I put a bolt(not a carriage bolt) through the Loop connector and the insolator and put it back together. Boom! We are rolling again.
Thanks for the help guys! Also, thanks to this website.


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Unread 08-04-2011, 11:34 AM   #33
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Default Re: 87 36v clubcar no go

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Well, my dad had told me that he had the motor worked on a couple of years ago.
This is what I found. You're going to love this.
The brushes were really good. Obviously recently replaced.
The S2 Post had been broken before because they put a loop connector on the wire. When they did this, they soldered it to the top of a carriage bolt! Of course that fell off.
I put a bolt(not a carriage bolt) through the Loop connector and the insolator and put it back together. Boom! We are rolling again.
Thanks for the help guys! Also, thanks to this website.
Good job. Glad your rolling again. Thanks for the update.
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