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Old 01-14-2020, 10:10 PM   #21
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If I go the cheap route and buy the resistors myself and use the values previously given in the thread should I use the values for the three wire then? In order to use the alltrax later?
Doesn't matter. The Alltrax will work with either throttle type.
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Old 01-15-2020, 07:09 AM   #22
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Doesn't matter. The Alltrax will work with either throttle type.
Awesome thanks! Is there one you would recommend over the other? Will it give you a different throttle response ?
Iíve got everything ordered and Iíll get here by the end of next week. I will be posting more pictures then!
One more question. When I removed the v-glide there was a thin metal sheet between it and the frame where it was mounted. I removed that and got rid of it. Is it necessary for anything? To ground anything out?
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Mine has a shim under it, I'm guessing it's 1/8"-3/16" thick. Not sure if it's for linkage alignment or ?.
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Here's a diagram from the service manual that shows it. Item #29

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Here's a diagram from the service manual that shows it. Item #29

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Okay thank you! Iíll just add a small shin just in case! All parts are still a week or so out
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Old 01-17-2020, 05:41 PM   #26
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I got the battery tray sanded. Cleaned with acid then several coats of aluminum anti corrosion primer. Finally rustoleum bedliner coating. Resistors should be here tomorrow then several more days on the solenoid. I think it suppose to be here the 24th


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Also folks this will be a outdoors / hunting golf cart so any extra modification/ accessories you can think of would be awesome. Iíd love to add a locking differential but I cannot locate one for the life of me! May end up welding the rear end if I get stuck too often!
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The spacer plate needs to be under the V-Glide.
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The spacer plate needs to be under the V-Glide.
Okay, can you explain what itís for? Is it for alignment?
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Okay, can you explain what itís for? Is it for alignment?
Yes it's for alignment and it keeps the clamping force of the bolts spread out over a much larger surface than just the tabs in the bottom of the V-Glide. I've seen numerous V-glides busted out at the bottom where the bolts go. Nine times out of ten it's because somebody installed it without the spacer.
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