Golf trolley pulling to the left

I have had my Pro Rider golf trolley for 7 years and it has started to pull to the left when going uphill or when I put extra speed on it. Also, the right wheel has come off, for no reason, a few times lately. Reading your explanations of why this is happening it looks […]

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Trolley no power and pulling to the left

The golf trolley has no power lights now and when I put the battery in it moves on it’s own round in a circle and pulls to left This sounds like a couple of faults. Regards the pulling to the left. We have an article on the website Find on the support tab then first […]

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golf trolley wheel clutches

When I switch my trolley on and lift handles so as to lift the rear two wheels off the ground they both move with no problem. Until they go back onto the ground and then they both stop moving and instead make a grinding sound. Can you please suggest what the problem maybe? Do I […]

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golf trolley wheels juddering

My Stowmatic GXT will not drive. The battery is fully charged and the speed controller lights up. I return the setting to zero then rotate the switch to increase the speed, but sadly I do not get any consistent motion. Very occasionally I will get juddering from the the wheels but nothing more. Today I […]

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Golf trolley right wheel is moving faster than the left

The right hand wheel is faster than the left – do i need a new clutch on the left side? If yes do you have one and how much. PS: When turning the wheels by hand the right hand side is resisting the left free wheels. If your electric golf trolley is pulling to the […]

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Pro-Force golf trolley wheel retention

Hi, I have a Pro Force electric trolley and the left wheel retention mechanism has failed. It has a sliding toggle that should be spring loaded but the spring appears to be broken and will no longer lock the wheel to the axle. The wheel retention clip you sell appears to be different to the […]

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ProRider golf trolley clutch testing

With this Pro Rider golf trolley the drive shaft is working and responds to the speed control.I can see the drive shaft turning but the wheels do not respond and there is no forward motion.Your advice would be appreciated. I would first check your wheels are secured properly and the axle pins are catching the […]

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Replacing a difficult golf trolley clutch – screws stuck

The right wheel I ordered from you in 2013 has a slipping clutch. I have tried to remove it without success. If you are having a problem in removing the clutch from the wheel, here is my recommendation for helping you remove a difficult wheel clutch. The original clutches from 5 years ago (2013) were […]

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Golf trolley not moving forward – wheels turn off the ground

I have not used my trolley for 15 months and now it does not seem to have power as it will not go forward under load. If I lift the driving wheels off the ground and increase the speed, the wheels turn and go faster as the speed increases. However, when I place the driving […]

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Motor turns wheels do not move on the ground

My motor responds to the controls when the wheels are off the ground and there is no resistance. when the wheels are grounded a motor/drive gear can be heard spinning but the wheels are not spinning. Suspect the drive gear/ clutch to the underside that is attached to the axle, can this be purchased separately […]

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Golf trolley not connecting to the wheels

I have this trolley but now the motor works but is not connecting to the wheels. Can you please suggest what I can do to correct this. This sounds like all is working except the trolley is not got any power driving the wheels forward.  Best thing to do is check to see if the […]

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Wheel Clutch

Golf Trolley Wheel Clutch   What is a wheel clutch A golf trolley clutch is used in electric golf trolleys that have motors to drive them forward.  The motor in turn drives the shaft or axle via a gearbox.  This in turn drives the wheels but in order to drive the wheels the wheels need […]

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