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Unread 10-16-2013, 08:23 AM   #1
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I just purchased my first golf cart, an '06 CC Precident, and it's in bad need of new brake shoes. I pulled one side off, and marked orientation of each shoe. After purchasing the new shoes I noticed the markings on them, so I got online and found this website and started reading.
In one thread there was mention of the L (leading) and T(trailing) markings.
The author said that the configuration is really opposite of what one would think. So I'm assuming the T (trailing) shoe goes in the front?
Any help would be appreciated.
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Unread 10-16-2013, 09:52 AM   #2
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I just purchased my first golf cart, an '06 CC Precident, and it's in bad need of new brake shoes. I pulled one side off, and marked orientation of each shoe. After purchasing the new shoes I noticed the markings on them, so I got online and found this website and started reading.
In one thread there was mention of the L (leading) and T(trailing) markings.
The author said that the configuration is really opposite of what one would think. So I'm assuming the T (trailing) shoe goes in the front?
Any help would be appreciated.
. . . correct . . from Service Manual . .

"When installing the shoes, the stampings on both shoes should be
oriented to the top of the brake assembly. When installing the shoes on the passenger side of the
vehicle, the side of the trailing shoe flange marked 17T should be facing out and be visible. On the
driver side, the 17L on the leading shoe should be facing out and be visible.
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 10-16-2013, 10:58 PM   #3
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Default Re: brake replacement question

Thanks for the help. Job is complete.
Can you recommend a good manual for this buggy. I like doing most of the work myself, when possible. Between a good manual and sites like this it sure saves folks a lot of money.
Thanks again!
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Unread 10-17-2013, 07:12 AM   #4
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Thanks for the help. Job is complete.
Can you recommend a good manual for this buggy. I like doing most of the work myself, when possible. Between a good manual and sites like this it sure saves folks a lot of money.
Thanks again!
. . . service manual for your cart is available from your local club car dealer, eBay or one of the site sponsors . . . price varies . . expect to spend $50-75 . . . and welcome to BGW . . .
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