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    New (to me) Golf Cart

    In an effort to maintain my physical well being and lifestyle for as long as possible, my wife and I picked up a golf cart yesterday.

    We purchased the cart from a dealer and then added a few accessories before taking delivery.

    2011 Electric Club Car
    -New Batteries
    -Rear seat with fold down bed
    -3" Lift (to clear tires)
    -20x8x10" Turf Tires

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    and electric sounds good. In several years, when I'm old enough, I'll purchase a TE
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    Congrats. 3” is the perfect lift height, IMHO, for a golf cart. Enjoy!
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    Man oh man I could use one of them for the same reason. I haven’t seen my entire property - only 6 acres - in a long time.

    But there is no place to buy anything like that around here.
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    Quote Originally Posted by voxombmx1 View Post
    In an effort to maintain my physical well being and lifestyle for as long as possible, my wife and I picked up a golf cart yesterday.

    We purchased the cart from a dealer and then added a few accessories before taking delivery.

    2011 Electric Club Car
    -New Batteries
    -Rear seat with fold down bed
    -3" Lift (to clear tires)
    -20x8x10" Turf Tires
    Good for you two.
    If you've never had a SxS, you'll love it.
    I'll wait for the "should have bought one sooner" statement.
    Keith

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    BX42 Chipper, XUV 560 Gator, Z915B ZTrak

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    Quote Originally Posted by jd.rasentrac View Post
    and electric sounds good. In several years, when I'm old enough, I'll purchase a TE
    From what you write and what you do,,,, no you won't.
    Keith

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    Enjoy your Club Car...the aluminum frame makes the battery charge last just a bit longer than other brands as the machine is a bit lighter. We really enjoy ours and have gotten very good service from it (a 2006 model year, bought it new from dealer.) I have replaced batteries once, about two years ago and found the less common 8 volt size this cart uses at Costco for a bargain price. We opted for the heavier duty rear seat/load bed and that configuration sure is handy! Also have full curtains since it rains a lot in the Pacific Northwest. Never did a lift on ours, the property was pretty well groomed by the time we bought the cart.

    Sometimes it gets pretty light duty like these property tours during a champagne brunch...

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    Enjoy your cart !!

    Chuck
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gizmo2 View Post
    From what you write and what you do,,,, no you won't.

    You'll see, Keith. One morning, when you're reading the news here in the forum, you'll find the pic of me and my TE and ... something else maybe. You'll see!
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    Quote Originally Posted by coaltrain View Post
    Man oh man I could use one of them for the same reason. I haven’t seen my entire property - only 6 acres - in a long time.
    I thought you had a tractor? :-)
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    Quote Originally Posted by jgayman View Post
    I thought you had a tractor? :-)
    I do but it’s difficult to get on and off for me. I do mow some areas out yonder but not along the tram road and creek.
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