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Old 05-30-2020, 06:39 PM   #1
Arti
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Default Staying home

Purchased a G9 a year ago and overall been pleased with it.
Using the manuals and information here I've managed to keep it running fairly good.

So far we have replaced the primary clutch and both belts, Cart is used to go for evening rides around our small community and goto a local flea market.
It's called the Rutledge Flea market and it is spread over 80 + acres so walking would be more than we can do. Interesting flea market , The village of Rutledge population is approx 90 people !!

https://www.fleamapket.com/listing/r...e-flea-market/

We are in our Golden years and staying home thru the virus so I changed oil in the cart and tuned it up, Amazing how much smother it runs. It acts like it is running a bit lean so perhaps I will clean the Carburetor next week.

Enough from this soap box, Best to all.
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Old 05-30-2020, 07:35 PM   #2
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Default Re: Staying home

Hey Artie you can be right proud of yourself in your "golden Years"

You are surviving the pandemic and fixing up you cart as well...to boot,

Next thing you know you'll be tootin' right along

God bless you friend!!!
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