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Old 12-30-2008, 09:03 PM   #1
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Default New clutches or rebuild old ones

I'm a newbie so I've been asking a lot of questions and preciate the help. The clutches are worn out on my 01 CC because I use it pulling a lot around the house. They are rattling and clattering the whole time it's running. Sometimes when I stop I can here the drive clutch pop when it disengages seconds later. My question is should I rebuild the old ones or replace them with something a little heavier duty and if so what do you suggest. I will be doing both of them.
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Old 12-30-2008, 09:32 PM   #2
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Default Re: New clutches or rebuild old ones

On the driven, I'm sold on Tom's rebuilds. Just let him do everything he knows how to do to it
On the drive.....I would buy new.
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Old 12-30-2008, 09:49 PM   #3
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Default Re: New clutches or rebuild old ones

since i have no idea of tom,s work but a recomendation from scotty scares me.............................lolol.............. .......only kidding bud i owed you.............i suggest new since it seems you put them to the limit..........you sure can try a rebuilt i trust scotty,s word but repairing i think is out of the question, now if you were just cruising a campground whole new ballgame but for serious work i would,t even think of just repairing them.............................................8 )
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Old 12-30-2008, 10:13 PM   #4
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Default Re: New clutches or rebuild old ones

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I'm a newbie so I've been asking a lot of questions and preciate the help. The clutches are worn out on my 01 CC because I use it pulling a lot around the house. They are rattling and clattering the whole time it's running. Sometimes when I stop I can here the drive clutch pop when it disengages seconds later. My question is should I rebuild the old ones or replace them with something a little heavier duty and if so what do you suggest. I will be doing both of them.
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I got a clutch from this guy...I think I paid $110.00 shipped to me!!

Here is what I got to recommend him......

Bill

he lives in Batesville Indiana by the Ohio border. here is a quote from his last email to me.

"I'm a 20 year golf course mechanic. I go to Club Car service school every year for updates. I will guarantee them to work properly. The 82-87 CC I machine for the 15/16 belt. This machining works great on the other years for a little extra speed because the belt runs higher."

his name is Tom and here is his email pamgutzwiller@aol.com

Bill
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