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Unread 05-15-2019, 03:44 PM   #1
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Hello EZ-GO folks.

What is the difference between a 1993 and a 1994 Marathon FNR? Some sellers say fits "198X thru 1993" And some say "198X thru 1994."

I have a 94 that may need a new FNR. Thanks in advance!
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Unread 05-15-2019, 03:52 PM   #2
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1994.5 saw the introduction of the floor mounted F&R switch.
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Thanks Scotty. This one must be an early 1994.
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The early 1994 was the late marathon. There were early marathon F&Rs with the rod and ball shifter that screwed into the side of the F&R center shaft. Then there were late marathon handles which had a retaining screw into the end of the center shaft. Both of these F&Rs mounted to the lip of the seat opening, front and center.
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Yep. That's what mine has. Screw in the center shaft, mounts at the top. Thanks.
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There are 2 different handles offered for this shaft. One I call the stove burner control and the other is a T handle.
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There are 2 different handles offered for this shaft. One I call the stove burner control and the other is a T handle.
No. There must be 3 kinds. This must have been an option.
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We've all been there, at one time or another.

If Mr. Vice-Grip only knew what he had created, and all the uses it's seen.
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We've all been there, at one time or another.

If Mr. Vice-Grip only knew what he had created, and all the uses it's seen.
Yep. Now if I could just find a metric pair to work on the Yamahas.
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No. There must be 3 kinds. This must have been an option.
That's aftermarket
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