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grease in a golf cart clutch #5196079 08/25/19 08:53 AM
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jacobsond Offline OP
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Ok oil peeps need advise. Gas golf cart a greasable clutch. What kind of temp range should I look for. Been using a grease with a temp range of 0-200F. I think that’s why I screwed up my clutch bushing. Would a Marine & Off-Road Calcium Sulfonate NLGI #2 Grease be ok? Temp range of -40 to 350F Traveller brand 1028449. Im just using a little 3oz grease gun.

Re: grease in a golf cart clutch [Re: jacobsond] #5196183 08/25/19 11:32 AM
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In my 2002 Yamaha gas cart, I use run of the mill multi-purpose lithium grease. It's still runs great after 17 years. Some grease is better than none.

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Re: grease in a golf cart clutch [Re: jacobsond] #5196202 08/25/19 11:51 AM
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What is the manufacturers recommended type? Why risk it not working right? I know in my Yamaha Rhino centrifical clutch the specified grease is a specific type, and if its not used - it often doesn't work 100% right

Re: grease in a golf cart clutch [Re: jacobsond] #5196313 08/25/19 02:32 PM
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Its a 1992 cart. The manual does not recommend a specific type. Just trying to figure out what to use when the new sliding sheave arrives. I’m not going to put that 200 degree stuff in. I will use the 350 degree stuff.

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