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  1. OUTL4W

    Please do not post Technical questions in the garage area as it’s the place to showcase member rides not to ask for help. Please post in the appropriate forum. Here you will find how to add items to your garage. If needing help please contact staff and we'll be glad to help. The "Garage" is a c…
    Updated: Apr 12, 2019
  2. OUTL4W

    This is for 72 volts. These are list's of electrical components that will get you started on your way. The first list is if you want everything electric. { Pictures are for viewing only they may are may not be on a 72 volt cart}…
    Updated: Dec 18, 2016
  3. OUTL4W

    In this article as you may have guessed I am going to explain how to check a solenoid for problems. First you will need a couple of tools, a voltmeter and typically a ½” wrench.…
    Updated: Dec 14, 2016
  4. OUTL4W

    Just for grins, here's a description of the way I adjusted the tow in on my buddies 05 Precedent. There may be simpler/better methods, but this seemed to work for me. Bkgnd: a friend of mine bought a "rode hard and put away wet" Precedent off Craig's List. I found it had bad bearings on the driver…
    Updated: Dec 14, 2016