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Unread 06-30-2013, 05:08 PM   #1
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96 club car brakes have been removed with no identification as to what goes where. New shoes are marked 17T & 17L. How do I determine what shoe goes where & what is top and bottom? Also, is the small diameter spring the top or bottom spring? I can do the work, have before, but had the old parts laid out as to orientation.
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Unread 07-01-2013, 01:14 AM   #2
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Letters go on top. L towards the back. L should be visible on passenger aide , t on drivers side. I think. Someone else can confirm. Smaller spring on bottom.
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Unread 07-01-2013, 06:09 AM   #3
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96 club car brakes have been removed with no identification as to what goes where. New shoes are marked 17T & 17L. How do I determine what shoe goes where & what is top and bottom? Also, is the small diameter spring the top or bottom spring? I can do the work, have before, but had the old parts laid out as to orientation.
. . . 17T = the "Trailing" shoe

. . . 17L = the "Leading" shoe

. . . Trailing shoe towards rear of cart, leading shoe towards front of cart . . . letters towards the top . . .
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Unread 07-01-2013, 09:04 AM   #4
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Is true on autos but isn't the leading shoe the rear/back shoe?
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Is true on autos but isn't the leading shoe the rear/back shoe?
. . . see my above post . . . it is from CC maint manual . . . leading shoe is rear-front shoe, trailing shoe is rear-back shoe . . .
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I dunno, maybe I'm confused by your post.


The shoe marked "17L" needs to be the shoe towards the back of the cart.
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Thanks Steve. The leading and trailing is what I thought, only confusing part left is your comment about numbers to the top. That means on the driver side 17T is visible and on the passenger side 17L is visible, but upside down.
In that configuration the shoes look right and I am going with it.

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The letters should be towards the top on both shoes. None of the letters should be upside down but hey, go for it
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"When installed on the backing plate, the leading shoe (stamped 17L) is always oriented toward the rear of the vehicle.
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Unread 07-01-2013, 11:24 PM   #10
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Its the "t" that's visible on the passenger and "L" on driver side. Not the other way around as I said before
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