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Unread 10-08-2011, 10:23 AM   #1
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Default 91 DS 36V series motor?

I found a cart for cheep that is a 36V DS. Rear body is broken bad and trash. I need a few parts off of it for my 95 rebuild and was thinking of parting out the rest. It has a good roof and seats that I don't need and could sell. My question is, the 36V series motor has all four posts in a streight line. Will this motor mount up on a later CC rear end? I think CC made a change the next year(92). If it will mount on later carts then it would worth buying.

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Unread 10-08-2011, 10:35 AM   #2
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Default Re: 91 DS 36V series motor?

36 volts are listed as 1984 to 1994 1/2 and than 1994 1/2 to 2004 but i,m not certain how that translates if you want to put it in a 48 volt cart the 48 volt motor #,s are different but i don,t know if its just because they are 48 volt or not..............................if you buy the cart and can,t use the motor i don,t think you,ll have any problems getting rid of it......you just need to count the splines................................
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36 volts are listed as 1984 to 1994 1/2 and than 1994 1/2 to 2004 but i,m not certain how that translates if you want to put it in a 48 volt cart the 48 volt motor #,s are different but i don,t know if its just because they are 48 volt or not..............................if you buy the cart and can,t use the motor i don,t think you,ll have any problems getting rid of it......you just need to count the splines................................
Yea, thats the problem! I can't count the splines until I get the cart and take off the motor. I would sell the motor because I already have a 36V notor on my 48v cart. If mine goes out, i'm sending it to PQ to be rebuilt. Maybe somebody will come by that knows if it will bolt up to a later 48v system to make someone a cool upgrade.
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