* Yamaha G16, G22, G29 Drive Clutch Seal
Effectively eliminates wind draft from above the windshield. Complete with hardware, easy installation.* Fits EZGO RXV 08-UP* Made of 3/16" Acrylic* NOTE: Will not fit winged windshields.* Works Great with our Wind Seals!
Fits the following models: * E-Z-Go Electric 78 - up Rear axle bearing * E-Z-Go 2 cycle Gas 78-93 Rear axle bearing. * Yamaha G1 Gas & Electric Front wheel inner bearing * G14-G22 Rear axle bearing.
Sealed Ball Bearing Fits:* (Outer Rear Axle)1976-1984 Club Car electric models (OEM# 6005LL)* EZGO/Pargo With Terrel Axles (OEM# 23519-G1)* Yamaha G9 (1993 and up), G14, G16, G19 & G22 electric models (OEM# 93306-005Y3)* Yamaha G16, G20, G21 & G22 gas models (OEM# 93306-005Y3)
Specifications: * Bearing fits flywheel side. Open on both sides* Fits Yamaha G2/G8/G9/G14/G16/G20/G21/G22 4-cycle gas models* Replaces OEM Number(s): 93306-30709
Specifications:* A-Arm upper bushing* For Yamaha G&E G22,G29 (Drive)* Replaces OEM Number(s):2HR-23526-00-00Note: This is a special order item, please allow 3-4 weeks for delivery
Starter Generator Bearing. Fits:* 1984 & Up Club Car models (OEM# 1013001)* Yamaha G1-G22 models (OEM# J10-81158-10)* As a Drive End Bearing for 1972-1995 Columbia/Harley-Davidson 2-cycle gas models (OEM# 30153-77)* As an Intermediate Gear Bearing for 1988 & Up EZGO electric models (OEM#…
Crankshaft Bearing. Measures approximately 2.83" (71.9mm) outer diameter and 1.36" (34.9mm) inner diameter x .67" (17mm) wide. Fits:* 1993 and up Club Car FE350 gas models (OEM #1017487)* 1996 and up Club Car FE290 gas models (OEM #1012867)* 1991 and up EZGO 4-cycle gas models (OEM #26739-G01)*…
Fits the following models: * E-Z-Go Gas 91+ 4 cycle gas - Crankcase Clutch Side* Electric 88+ - Output Gear Bearing* Yamaha electric G9-G22 93+ - Differential
…Specifications: * Fits 1989 & Up E-Z-GO and Yamaha G14/G16/G19/G22 electric models* Can be used on lifted or non-lifted models* 8:1 ratio (Standard ratio is 12:1)* Up to 50% more speed* Includes two seal plugs Note: In general, if you add speed gears, your golf cart will lose some torque.