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Unread 01-27-2013, 11:23 AM   #1
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Default Early 80's Marathon Skid Plate

Does anyone have any pic's of a skid plate for a early 80's ez go ? I'm looking for some ideas for one to cover-protect the clutch from Mud "WATER" so the belt stays a bit dryer. I've been through a few snow piles and it wasn't too nice to the belt...
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Unread 01-27-2013, 12:47 PM   #2
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Default Re: Early 80's Marathon Skid Plate

Nothing short of a full cover is going to help.A skid-Plate will protect it from rocks,etc..but the drive-system is so low in the rear,its' pretty much impossible to keep it dry.Been There,Done It.My cart is a 85' Marathon with a TXT-Body,the drivetrain was all original until last spring.I put up with the slipping-belt for years.
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Nothing short of a full cover is going to help.A skid-Plate will protect it from rocks,etc..but the drive-system is so low in the rear,its' pretty much impossible to keep it dry.Been There,Done It.My cart is a 85' Marathon with a TXT-Body,the drivetrain was all original until last spring.I put up with the slipping-belt for years.
Ya,, that's kinda what I was thinking I'll make one up for the heck of it.. if it keeps some junk out of it it's worth it Any pix of what ya had on yours...??
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I had nothing,wasn't worth the attempt.I beat the **** out of it for 4yrs.,never damaged the clutch on anything.The G2 rear in it now,has a Truss under the gear-case.
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