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Unread 02-13-2014, 08:41 PM   #1
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going to look at some G22 from a local golf course in the next day or so what should i look for good or bad. any advice would be verry helpful.

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Unread 02-14-2014, 09:03 AM   #2
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The $1300 ones are a better deal than the $500 ones, batts and a charger will cost more than $800 unless they used junk batts that you have never heard of. Check date codes on batts to verify age. Get one without a leaking axle if possible. Plan on doing a input shaft bearing/seal. Put an Alltrax DCX400 in there for an instant 21+ mph cart.
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thanks for the info
i hope theres a decent one
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G22 is one of their best carts, i'd take one over a Drive. Yamaha part number for input bearing kit is (99999-JU200-00), yes, its expensive, but it includes the oil slinger so you will prob never have to look at it again. This kit works on all dana electric axles i have ever tried it on (ezgo & yamaha).
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thanks cgtech

any mechanical problem i can fix. it will probably be torn down and rebuilt from the ground up anyways.
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