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Old 06-21-2017, 11:43 AM   #1
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Default Cart "32" rebuild (G2)

Picked up a Yamaha G2 cart. Bad engine, little rusty, little dirty, good plastic. Plans will be for a 4" lift, 22" tires, engine rebuild, and a good cleaning.






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Old 06-21-2017, 11:47 AM   #2
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Lift was installed, tires are on, engine is rebuilt, will start frame clean up today. After that the engine will be put in and tested.




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Engine is in.



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I'm taking off the rubber side rails and they will be sitting in the garage from now on, I won't put them on anything.




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Engine is in and the cart is running great! Gonna need a new belt but other than that and some lights, it's complete.



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Mmmm shiny undercarriage. Looks good, I need to clean mine up.
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Worked it over good, took total off 12-14 hours to complete. Not all in one day, 3 days total.


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