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Unread 08-13-2013, 10:25 PM   #1
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Default 48 volt DS Motor Centering Kit

I'm working on a 96 DS for a friend because he told m the rear end was making a "noise." When I heard it I knew it had to be the motor making it - sounded exactly like what I've heard described on here, plus it was coming from, well, the motor ... Now all I need is the centering kit. A search of and call to a couple site sponsors came up short, but a quick Google turned up two possibilities for the kit, golfcartpartsdirect.com and gcartparts.com. I don't have a CC dealer anywhere near me, so where does everyone on here get the kits from?
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Unread 08-13-2013, 10:35 PM   #2
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Default Re: 48 volt DS Motor Centering Kit

If you're working on a 96 you don't need a centering kit. You need a guide ring. Centering kits are only used on later motors with a solid metal motor shaft. A 1996 has a nylon guide ring that you can change out.
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Unread 08-13-2013, 11:14 PM   #3
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Default Re: 48 volt DS Motor Centering Kit

Thank you for the info! That sounds even easier, but a quick search, however shows me I might be wrong. Do you have a P/N for this by chance? That would be super helpful! Thanks!
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Default Re: 48 volt DS Motor Centering Kit

I think this is what he is talking about


http://www.jakesliftkits.com/liftkit...R%20CC2%205733
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Default Re: 48 volt DS Motor Centering Kit

Thanks! I found that part online in my search, just wanted to be sure it was what I needed before making such an expensive purchase! Will keep this updated as I go.
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Default Re: 48 volt DS Motor Centering Kit

Okay, motor came off pretty easy, retrieved the snap ring from the output shaft after it flew across the shop when I took it out. Is the part in the pic that you can see on the end of the output shaft what has to be replaced, and if so how in the heck do I get it out??

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Okay, Im an idiot...

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Default Re: 48 volt DS Motor Centering Kit

HERE'S the pic:
CC Motor.jpg

Is the part at the end of the output shaft that you can see is a separate piece the part the guide ring that needs replaced? If it is, how does this one come out? I've already removed the snap ring.
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Default Re: 48 volt DS Motor Centering Kit

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HERE'S the pic:
Attachment 89575

Is the part at the end of the output shaft that you can see is a separate piece the part the guide ring that needs replaced? If it is, how does this one come out? I've already removed the snap ring.
The part you can see that at the end of the shaft is what needs replacing. It is glued into the shaft so you may have to encourage it to break loose. The glue supplied by Club Car is Loctite 4211. The trick when putting in the new one is to line up its splines with the splines in the motor shaft.

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Default Re: 48 volt DS Motor Centering Kit

Break it. Use a chisel and a hammer and split it. As soon as you split it you can pry it out with a screwdriver.
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