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Unread 06-30-2009, 12:04 PM   #1
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Default Can You ID This Cart Brake Pedal Logo?

I can't find any other markings on the cart except the "M inside of a C" logo on the pedals. Anyone know who the manufacturer was on this old junker?

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Unread 06-30-2009, 12:42 PM   #2
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Cushman
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I don't know what the M stood for could Be Missouri or Motors A quick internet search gives this info .....there is lots more. Good luck

Cushman Golf Cart
Serial Number Guide
Cushman has two different numbers on their cars. One is a serial number and one is a model and year number. The more important of the two is the model and year number. This number is used when searching for replacement parts and accessories. Below is an example of a Cushman model and year number followed by a break down of how it is read.
Example: 880100 - 7210
880100 = Cushman Model Number
72 = Year(1972)
10 = ???
The most important part of this number is the six digits that appear before the dash and the two digits that follow after the dash. The exact meaning behind the last two digits is unknown. However, as long as you have the model number and year, you should be able to locate parts and accessories for your car without any problems.
There are two important numbers associated with the Cushman vehicles. One is the MODEL number and the other is the SERIAL number. On the golf cars they are located in different places. Usually the Model Number is found under the seat to the driver side of the shift lever console. The number is stamped into a plate riveted to the console and the number usually starts with an '8', like 898100 or 880429. This number is most important because of all the different models Cushman made. Many were very similar in look but the wiring schematics differed.

The serial number is commonly found stamped into the metal side rail, just below the floorboard on the driver side. Rust or several coats of paint may obscure the 6 digit number. It is not as important as the model number but it helps to have it on hand, especially for the non-golf car vehicles. The 'Meter Maids' and turf 'Trucksters', as they were called, may have the serial and model number on the dash console near the emergency brake pedal.
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Do you only buy carts that have large plywood boxes installed? WTH! LOL!
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THey are Semen slippers In his original post he called them cow impregnators.... Bought them all at once from a dairy....
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Take a look at this thread,

1970 Cushman Project

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Thanx, doc!

Hey, scotty,
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Thanx, doc!

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You KNOW .... I learned that from you. Don't you?
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scottyb: Cushman, what do I win?
You win 1st place and my sincere appreciation. Iíve looked through several posts (thereís a BUNCH of posts here!) and didnít see the logo. I think the ďMĒ stands for ďMotorsĒ, since I finally found the tag using your directions, and it has ďCushman MotorsĒ on it. Thanks for the help.

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GORNOMAN: Do you only buy carts that have large plywood boxes installed?
Two out of three. I also got an E-Z-GO 3-wheeler that doesnít have the box. Manufacturer Number (I or T)32125, Serial number 770608. I guess itís a 1977 model? I added a couple of photos.

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scottyb: THey are Semen slippers...
So thatís what they call them? Never worked at a dairy, so I didnít know. Thanks.

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EZ-GOnewild: ...look at this thread, 1970 Cushman Project...
Good job on the cart. I think Iím only going to have parts for someone else on this one. The motorís gone and itís in really bad shape.

Thanks to all of you for helping me out. These are my first carts. Theyíre just junkers, but I didnít pay much for them. My wife and I are into motorcycles, but now we own a small fabric center and want to build up some kind of electric-powered rig to use for small town parades. We live in rural farm country, so parades are still a big thing out here, and a good place to advertise a small ďMom & PopĒ business like ours. Iím hoping to get one of them running well enough to make it through a (short) parade route. LOL. I got 16 batteries included in the 3 carts, so Iím hoping I can come up with 6 to get one powered up. Then, of course, one of them will need a good motor and rearend in it....

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I'm lost...did you determine this IS a Cushman cart?? I'm curious, because I have this same logo on my brake pedal and am anxious to know what kind of cart I have. I'm also having issues with burning up battery terminals...or melting them, actually. Is there a voltage regulator somewhere? Thanks!
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