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Unread 05-14-2012, 07:23 AM   #21
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And once again, this forum comes through for me! Thanks to all, and especially to Stevegrmich - I can now stop on a dime... One brake cable adjustment later, and I am back to enjoying my golf cart.

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Unread 05-15-2012, 07:39 AM   #22
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Does the brake drum come off after the wheel is removed. Am I correct in assuming that?
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Does the brake drum come off after the wheel is removed. Am I correct in assuming that?
It should, but if you read thru this thread, you will see it can be problematic . . .
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Looks nice . . as for the stud length, I would be asking Cart Parts Plus . . should have a full nut on the studs and you are short the thickness of the washers . . . the final pic you posted shows cart with chrome wheels . . are you having the same problem with bolt heads rubbing on inside of them also? If only "minor" rubbing and it does not prevent wheel from freely turning, can you try different type of bolt (shoulder/stripper bolt) that has a shallower head . . or grind down the head on the bolts you currently are using to provide the necessary clearance? . . .
Sorry I didn't purposely ignore you, I've just been busy doing other things and haven't looked at this for awhile.
Actually the wheels shown are the wheels I use I have plastic chromelook covers.
I did talk with Carts+ and they said basically the same thing as you and that I could grind the heads down a little, the noise grates my nerves more than any real damage as far as I can tell. I am very pleased with the functionality of the disc brakes, they work great. Thank you for your help.
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