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Unread 11-09-2016, 10:03 AM   #1041
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Unread 11-27-2016, 09:05 PM   #1042
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Default Re: Battery nut torque

100 inch pounds is 100 inch pounds no matter if you use a lock washer or not. I use the hardware that came with my Crown batteries, they use a captive lock washer... Just don't use a nylock or any type of self locking nut...
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Unread 12-03-2016, 12:46 AM   #1043
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Default Re: Hole in engine block...repair or scrap?

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Default Re: Would like to locate vin or serial number on my Taylor Dunn.

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Default Re: G1 Solenoid wiring

Hope this works G1 Solenoid wiring



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Unread 12-22-2016, 02:58 PM   #1046
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Default Re: mandatory noise beepers coming to golf carts?

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Yep dundeebarnbuggy. I've thought about that. Would be so cool to just blast the sound of a pro stock and then level off at the sound of a Cup Car while cruising!

I'm just the guy to do this. Gonna be fun!
All you need to do is add one of those cigarette lighter adapters that make your radio sound like a race car. Tune your radio to a certain frequency and it uses the engine noise to make the stereo sound awesome. Under $30 and you can choose what kind of car it sounds like...

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Unread 12-28-2016, 10:41 AM   #1047
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If the chassis is an EZGO ST 4x4, then the service parts manual might be of help in finding the correct belt..

The manual shows the drive belt to be part# 73965-G01..

Here's the links to various manuals...

2004 ST 4x4 Service Parts Manual #28981-G01

2007 ST 4x4 Service Parts Manual #605271

2004 ST 4x4 Owners Manual & Service Guide

2007 ST 4x4 Owners Manual & Service Guide

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Default Re: Battery Fluid Levels

Trojan's Plus Series batteries have a "Max" level ring at the bottom of the vent well as seen in first attachment.

The max fill level for their standard series batteries is 1/4" below the bottom of the vent well as seen in the second attachment.

For other make/model batteries that do not have a Max level mark of some kind, the information in the third attachment should be followed.
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Unread 12-30-2016, 12:08 PM   #1049
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Default Re: Battery Fluid Levels

Trojan's Plus Series batteries have a "Max" level ring at the bottom of the vent well as seen in first attachment.

The max fill level for their standard series batteries is 1/4" below the bottom of the vent well as seen in the second attachment.

For other make/model batteries that do not have a Max level mark of some kind, the information in the third attachment should be followed.
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Default Re: I NEED A USED power drive plus regen 2 for Club Car Ds Sepex drive.

You should test the motor to make sure the Field or Armature windings are not compromised and causing a short on the Controller Output(s).

Disconnect all of the cables from the Motor.

You should have Continuity between A1 and A2.

You should have Continuity between F1 and F2.

You should have No Continuity between the Motor Frame and any post ( A1, A2, F1 or F2.)

You should have No Continuity between the Armature (A1 or A2) and the Field (F1 or F2).
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