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Old 01-14-2008, 05:34 PM   #1
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I have been through all the threads and post here on BGW. There is a few things I would like to clear up. Some comments were made about my clutch kits. 1, They did not come with a puller. 2, They are to costly. 3, Do they work and are they worth it. The reason they dont come with a puller is it does drive up the cost of the kit. My clutchs are made in japan in the same plant as yamaha clutchs are made, not in china! 99% of the clutch kits that are bought online are made in china and are half the cost of mine. I could sell them but they will blow up like a bomb so I dont. We also have seen run out in them as high as 95 thou. Mine run true and are ballanced. You can see the difference just by looking at our web pic. I also make all the other parts incudind the belts. Again not a one size fits all!! Do they work yes. We have speed and power!! So if you want quality I got it, if you want it at the price the other guys have, no can do. Also all my parts are made in the usa except the sheaves. That is important to us! Another coment was that I was rude to a customer! I have not been rude to any of my customers. Even if they come off the wrong way. Everybody has a bad day once in a while but me and my crew do the very best we can to be polite and helpfull. I am sorry if I offended any one! I also give out my cell # to my customers for 24-7 tech suport and we have the best! Thank you for your coments. it strives to make us better....dp
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Old 01-14-2008, 06:37 PM   #2
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I have been through all the threads and post here on BGW. There is a few things I would like to clear up. Some comments were made about my clutch kits. 1, They did not come with a puller. 2, They are to costly. 3, Do they work and are they worth it. The reason they dont come with a puller is it does drive up the cost of the kit. My clutchs are made in japan in the same plant as yamaha clutchs are made, not in china! 99% of the clutch kits that are bought online are made in china and are half the cost of mine. I could sell them but they will blow up like a bomb so I dont. We also have seen run out in them as high as 95 thou. Mine run true and are ballanced. You can see the difference just by looking at our web pic. I also make all the other parts incudind the belts. Again not a one size fits all!! Do they work yes. We have speed and power!! So if you want quality I got it, if you want it at the price the other guys have, no can do. Also all my parts are made in the usa except the sheaves. That is important to us! Another coment was that I was rude to a customer! I have not been rude to any of my customers. Even if they come off the wrong way. Everybody has a bad day once in a while but me and my crew do the very best we can to be polite and helpfull. I am sorry if I offended any one! I also give out my cell # to my customers for 24-7 tech suport and we have the best! Thank you for your coments. it strives to make us better....dp

Thanks Mr.Plowman for clearing those things up. I strongly support your products and I can personally say they are good quality. I have purchased your G16 performance pipe, and a clutch kit. I can say these are good quality and the exhaust sounds amazing. I thank you for supplying good quality products for Yamaha's(most companies focus on Club Car and Ezgo) and I hope to do business again with you in the future.
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Old 01-14-2008, 07:43 PM   #3
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I personally run some plowman stuff & so those a personal friend of mine

There product is great, they went out of there way to help us with the shipping in Canada, where extremely helpful over the telephone

I would pay the extra & have it working great the first time!!!

Keep up the great work Plowman

The biggest problem with cart owner they think because the cart is small the stuff as to be cheap
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Old 01-14-2008, 08:33 PM   #4
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are you going to be a site sponsor welcome to BGW
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Old 01-14-2008, 09:09 PM   #5
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thanks guys! and yes I would like to speak to some one about sponsership.if you can have someone call me.8107361100. I would be glad to! I dont spend much time on the pc. nor am i very good with it!
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Old 01-17-2008, 09:17 PM   #6
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Well said, Don it's no secret I have your hot setup on my G16 and can't say enough good about it. Bottom line it works exactly as you said it would. I can also atest Don does give his personal cell phone number I have it. Glad to have you on BGW.
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Glad to see you here Don!! I can say I'm completely happy with the clutch kit on my G2! Still trying to convince my accountant that the new exhaust is a necessary upgrade. Don't think it is going to take too much longer .
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Old 01-19-2008, 01:34 PM   #8
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thanks brian!!
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Old 04-20-2008, 11:08 AM   #9
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where can I buy the clutch from?? do you have a web page?
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Old 04-20-2008, 01:13 PM   #10
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www.plowmanscarts.com but don't forget to check with some of the site sponsors first to....
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