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Unread 01-22-2013, 11:48 AM   #1
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I'm trying to positively ID the 1980 era CC 36v motor studs. I know they should be stamped in the case but I don't have one here to look at... so I gathered this info by looking at our sticky diagrams with a magnifying glass. It think they are correct based upon the destination of each cable but...

Can anybody verify if these are correct? Thank you for your help.
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Unread 01-24-2013, 01:23 AM   #2
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I'm trying to positively ID the 1980 era CC 36v motor studs. I know they should be stamped in the case but I don't have one here to look at... so I gathered this info by looking at our sticky diagrams with a magnifying glass. It think they are correct based upon the destination of each cable but...

Can anybody verify if these are correct? Thank you for your help.
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Scotty,

You are correct if the motor looks like my motor picture in the thread below:

36 Volt Motor Wiring

I hope this helps,
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Thank you ScottH and Xact1
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Hey, as many times as you've helped me I'm just glad to be able to return the favor when I can.

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Working up another excellent instruction sheet, Scottyb?
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Unread 01-24-2013, 12:03 PM   #6
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Of course.

When I see a recurring tech question I am inspired towards creating an instruction sheet which will eliminate the phone call and give simple solid instruction customers can hold in their hands as they look at their cart.

Customers appreciate clear instruction, my conversion kits have 8-12 pages of simple written and diagram instruction. Most people are able to complete the install without using tech support because all the questions they might have - have been addressed in the instruction.
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What a concept! Good job, Scottyb!
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I hope this helps
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I see two S2 terminals. I think that may lead to confusion....
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WHat!

Get your glasses on.... nobody is so stupid as to put two S2 markings on a drawing at this hour!
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