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1976 AMF Harley DE-40 Manuals

1976 AMF Harley DE-40 Manuals

Postby Shammers » Sun Jul 24, 2005 12:24 pm

I am looking for manuals (any) for a 1976 AMF Harley DE-40. Can anyone help?
Also does anyone know what diff Oil I should use?
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Diff oil

Postby Cartguy2000 » Sun Jul 24, 2005 3:04 pm

Should use 80/90 Wt oil in the differential. BU should be able to help with manual
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Postby tedhrs » Mon Jul 25, 2005 9:57 pm

i have the exact same cart and i'm trying to fix it and sell it at the same time. So far i'm stuck on trying to get the motor off, can't really see how to do so. Any help on this would be useful. If you need a parts car, this one is complete, see my post in the for sale section, i have pics located there as well.
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How to remove the motor on a DE-40 Harley Cart

Postby tlhale » Sat Sep 03, 2005 5:12 pm

Hi. I just took the motor off my DE-40 last week. First, take the motor brake assembly apart (it should be obvious, it is bolted to the cart frame). Make sure the cart is on flat ground, and the parking brake is off. Next, slide the brake assembly off of the disc rotor. You may take the brake disc off the motor, but it is not necessary. Next, there are two bolts on the motor housing that is bolted to the differential. You will need to remove these, but mark the motor housing so that you will remember how the motor body lines up with the rear end bell (housing). Once those two bolts are removed, tap the motor body with a rubber mallet in the direction of the front of the cart (I hit the disc brake rotor fairly lightly and the motor body came apart from the rear end bell pretty easy). You should now be able to slide the motor body with the disc brake rotor assemble off the differential shaft. Be careful because it is pretty heavy. You may have to wiggle it a bit, and work it a little if you left the brake disc on. The housing is bolted to the differential with three or four bolts that should now be visible. Good luck.
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HARLEYS DIAGRAMS

Postby CSF1975 » Sun Sep 04, 2005 1:27 pm

HERE IS A LINK FOR DIAGRAMS FOR MOST HARLEY'S

http://www.savefile.com/files3.php?fid=4762041
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Re: HARLEYS DIAGRAMS

Postby MPDano » Mon Aug 06, 2007 11:26 pm

CSF1975 wrote:HERE IS A LINK FOR DIAGRAMS FOR MOST HARLEY'S

http://www.savefile.com/files3.php?fid=4762041


Can you repost the file on your server?

Thanks,
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Re: 1976 AMF Harley DE-40 Manuals

Postby harley08davidson » Tue Dec 18, 2012 1:53 pm

get the full manual for the DE-40 and all other electric harley davidson golf carts here http://www.ebay.com/itm/251177639689?ss ... 1586.l2649
for only $7.50 its well worth it
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Re: 1976 AMF Harley DE-40 Manuals

Postby Kongas22 » Thu Dec 20, 2012 11:42 am

I got my manuals thro this guy on ebay. Got it in 30 min by email and he was a lot of help. Just saying
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