Club Car rear end
I drove 103 miles to Oxford Alabama to pick up this rear end.
First thing to do is get the driven clutch off. I let PB Blaster soak for 24 hours and the clutch still wasn’t going to come off easily. Hitting it from behind moved it a little, but I didn’t want to bang on it any more than what I already did.
I was hoping I could pull it off:
Maybe I should have gone with 3 bolts instead of 2?
Going to have to cut it off now. Removed everything that would get in the way.
I cut as far down the length as I could with the cutting wheel. I made my cut over the key so I had an extra buffer and could minimize damaging the input shaft. Luckily a few hits with a hammer and the screwdriver split the rest of it:
It still put up a good fight, but I was able to wiggle it off:
The PB Blaster had soaked in, but it sure didn’t seem to make a difference.