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Unread 09-11-2011, 12:52 PM   #11
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thanks for all the info guys! I fixed the noise with a bumper part number 6765. Cost me 2 bucks! There wasnt an existing one on my motor, and as soon as I put it in and backed out of the garage I knew the noise was gone. Maybe someone forgot to put it in?

Anyways, thanks again!!! Ill be tinkering with this thing for a while so Im sure you will see more of me
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Unread 10-29-2011, 05:33 PM   #12
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thanks for all the info guys! I fixed the noise with a bumper part number 6765. Cost me 2 bucks! There wasnt an existing one on my motor, and as soon as I put it in and backed out of the garage I knew the noise was gone. Maybe someone forgot to put it in?

Anyways, thanks again!!! Ill be tinkering with this thing for a while so Im sure you will see more of me
I just tried one of these in a 98 DS and the end cover on the motor split on me. It's listed in the Nevil catalog under 94 and up. New ends are expensive think I can get the machine shop to weld it. It never broke through the bearing flange so it should be ok I hope. Guess I need the motor ring guide in stead.
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Unread 10-29-2011, 06:32 PM   #13
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Sorry to hear that! After reading more on here I discovered that part is in fact not correct. I replace it with a motor centering kit and haven't had trouble since....
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Sorry to hear that! After reading more on here I discovered that part is in fact not correct. I replace it with a motor centering kit and haven't had trouble since....
So are you saying that the bumper part number 6765 was incorrect?
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Yes apparently because when i tightened the motor bolts they got tight when there was about a 1/16 of a inch to go and snap it broke the other end of the motor.
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Unread 10-30-2011, 08:49 AM   #16
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I guess it was for my GE motor... The bumper went in, but when putting it back together it was very tight, like JDC said. It didnt crack anything on mine. I tightened it p best I could, and the noise went away for bout a mile. When I removed it to replace with the motor centering kit, it was just a wad of rubber. I think its for the motors when the guide ring that gets glued on the armature maybe?

The motor centering kit - part number AM-10039 is what fixed mine JDC.......
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So are you saying that the bumper part number 6765 was incorrect?
The bumper is for carts from 2001 on. The silly thing is the centering kit comes with a bumper which should NOT be installed. The kit also comes without fitting instructions which is inviting a disaster.
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