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Old 07-25-2019, 03:30 PM   #1
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Default G9 transmission reassembly help

Hey everyone. I have been chasing down a growling noise coming from the drivetrain of my G9. I thought it could be a bad bearing in my transmission so I recently took it apart to inspect. Everything seems to be ok, no chipped gears or bad bearings, no metal shavings, etc...

I am working on reassembling and I am stuck on how the governor goes back together. I thought about ditching it all together but Iíd like to be able to dial down the speed if my kids eventually ask to drive it.

This is where I am stuck...

When I disassembled I didnít pay attention to where the governor fork went and how the weights were oriented. I think it goes on one side or the other of this thrust bearing. Option 1 is where I am assuming it goes. The screwdriver is where the governor fork would go.

Correct governor weight orientation?

Option 1 governor fork?

Option 2 governor fork?

Part diagram?

Thanks in advance all for the help. Canít wait to drive my cart again!

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