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Venom last won the day on December 1 2019

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  • Birthday 02/01/1964
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  1. I searched for quite a while for a replacement rack and pinion.. I could not find one other than the ridiculously priced replacement from American Landmaster. I ended up rebuilding mine. It was not to bad to get apart. the housing , gear and steering gear bar were in good shape. the problem was finding spacers that would hold the steering gear bar straight and let it move side to side. I went to a local Hardware Supply that only sold nuts, bolts..etc. They had some spacers that fit perfectly. across the street from that place was a bearing place. They had oils seals that fit the open end per
  2. You can get them directly from American Sportworks. At that time I ordered it through Tractor Supply when they were a dealer.
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  4. I bought the rears off Amazon and I bought them a little taller to lift the rear a small amount. https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07H9YM6SX/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_search_asin_title?ie=UTF8&psc=1 The fronts I ordered off of Aliexpress. Look on Ebay for these. The seller on Aliexpress has raised the price significantly. I only paid $66.00 shipped. Now he wants almost $180 shipped. Just use his add to get the correct sizing. You should be able to get them on Ebay for $50-$60. https://www.aliexpress.com/item/32895093921.html?spm=a2g0s.9042311.0.0.66ea4c4dZohSF3
  5. After much research I figured out that most parts are Golf Cart parts. It takes lots of time to figure out the correct parts... I found the brake pads for under $20... Here is an Amazon link for under $25. https://www.amazon.com/Replacement-1997-Up-Electric-2008-Up-1993-up/dp/B07WD8DRQ1/ref=sr_1_5?dchild=1&keywords=ezgo+golf+cart+brake+pads&qid=1594300412&sr=8-5
  6. I had finished the Bulldog restoration quite a while ago... Finally getting around to posting photos....
  7. Yeah, I have been on their website and they have the parts I need... But the prices are insane and make it not worth restoring the Bull Dog. They want $139.99 + Shipping for Brake Pads!!!! As for the Rack and Pinion They want $239.99 plus shipping! I know other than the frame and a few other things they don't actually make the parts they are using. I tracked the rear end to Dana.. It is used in many vehicles including Golf Carts... I found good quality Brake Pads for $39 a set and cheap ones for $26. As for the steering, I took apart the steering box and all it needed was a new Bearing, Oil
  8. Hi All, I picked up an old beat up 2010 American Sportworks Bull Dog 300 BD300. I would like to restore her... Does anyone know a good source for parts other than the OEM? I find $130 for brake pads is kind of unreasonable... I also need a steering rack and other things... I took apart the steering rack and it needs a new bearing and oil seal... Of course the OEM only sells the complete rack for over $200.. I found the correct bearing for $6.00. I am having trouble finding the correct oil seal.. Anyone that has info on one of these machines, please chime in... I am used to the
  9. Hi All, I have been restoring ATV's for a while now.... Started repairing and restoring UTV's a little over a year ago.. Looking forward to sharing some info here... :)

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