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Unread 03-16-2016, 01:22 PM   #1021
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Unread 03-16-2016, 03:30 PM   #1022
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Unread 03-27-2016, 11:14 PM   #1023
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Unread 03-29-2016, 10:16 AM   #1024
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Default Re: need help identifying the right part number

Two places. in the glove box on the passenger side of the cart. Or lift the seat, and the black plastic panel over the rear batteries, lift it up, and on the frame above the rear batteries, there will be a sticker on the cross frame. And there is a sticker under the charge port on the cart









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Unread 04-13-2016, 03:40 PM   #1026
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Default Re: Anybody seen a Club Car Front end like this ?

Duh, probably a good idea to actually attach the pictures ?


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Unread 04-13-2016, 09:15 PM   #1027
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Ray, if I ever make another one, I'd do a grade 8. I broke a 1/4" (the first one I made), so after that, I made 2, (both 5/16" grade 5), thinking that should be it. If I'm making one, I might as well make 2, and have an extra!! Well about 4 yrs later, I found the threads being stripped off the bolt. So,,,I double nutted the second one hoping that does it!! We will see!!

These little suckers, being hot roded, use up parts!!
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Unread 04-29-2016, 09:54 AM   #1028
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Im looking at two different 12 inch wheels and tire combos. I like the look of the 215/40/12s. Would this affect anything like steering or rubbing on the inside? Other set is 205/30/12. I ride mostly on street and some grass/dirt. I read the highest I can go is 18.5 inches with stock height? I measured and it seems like I have more room. Need a little help here. Thank you.
As long as you don't go to a tire width (sidewall to sidewall is tire width) much greater than stock (8.5"), you can go to about 20" in tire height without rubbing.

If you go taller the stock tire height (18") you will increase the cart's top speed, but lose torque. IE: Mathematically, a 20" tall tire produces about an 11% increase in speed at the expense of a 10% reduction in torque.

A 215/40/12 tire is about 18.8" tall and 8.5" wide (4.4% speed gain - 4.3% torque loss)

A 205/30/12 tire is about 16.8" tall and 8.0" wide (6.7% speed LOSS - 7.1% torque GAIN)
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Default Re: Considering a 1,000cc Goldwing into a Yamaha G2

1200 goldwing bored and stroked in a golf cart, suppose to do 11.5 1/4 mile @ 110 mph. It looks like it is a g2 frame highly modified, 5 speed high and 5 speed low, and electric reverse.
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Yamaha G9(?) Rear end input shaft splines. What sprocket will work?


Yamaha G9(?) Rear end input shaft splines. What sprocket will work?

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