|05-17-2014, 11:15 AM||#1|
Not Yet Wild
Join Date: Apr 2014
tow switch aluminum frame question
I am in the midst of building up my first cart. It's a 2002 club car DS. I took pics of most everything and bagged all the screws. But a buddy came over and helped, and didn't document the way I would of or even at all
So my question the 2 bolts that hold on the rear portion of the body (seat side on floor board) basically kinda beflow the forward/reverse switch. Those bolts go threw the aluminum arms that hold up the tow switch correct? So once those bolts are removed the tow switch frame is just loose or is there another way to secure it?
Thanks I hope you can understand my description. I am at work otherwise I would of provided pics.
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|05-17-2014, 09:02 PM||#2|
Join Date: Sep 2011
Re: tow switch aluminum frame question
The aluminum supports that the tow switch is on only attaches to the frame with those two bolts. It attaches to the body on the top at the hinge plates. 2 Phillips head bolts per side
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