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Rob8484

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Well, I wanted to get a golf cart to build up for the campground this summer. I know you all like pictures, so I thought I would share! This is what I started with last week.....



All stripped down



All primed



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Posted: 02/14/12 05:07pm Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

And this is where I am at now with it.







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WOW great job,


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Well, I wanted a project, as I have been going stir crazy this winter. I am in asphalt construction, and I only plow snow in the winter, and I have not done very much of that this winter. Not knowing a whole lot about golf carts, I wanted something mechanically good, and cosmetically rough! I found this Yamaha that had a fresh engine rebuild, so this fit the profile nicely!

I will have to say, these things are not cheap!! this is an older golf cart....its a 1985 yamaha G2. Just dont get one too old, or an unpopular model, as parts are hard to find. This G9 is still a pretty popular model, and parts are easy to come by. I prefer gas, as a tank of gas will go 100-150 miles! Never have to worry about batteries, and charging them, or even running out of a charge!

Ill sell you this one!! lol

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That is awesome!

We have been talking about getting a golf cart for camping this summer too. I can't afford a new one, so a used one is on the short list.

Any tips on how to buy a project like you did?

What model, year, etc?

GREAT JOB BTW!

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Dont forget to add some lights if your planning on running at night.....
Nice looking cart


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they should be able to see you coming from the next county. that is a nice color though. I like the high wheels. My SIL want me to do that to my cart.

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old guy wrote:

they should be able to see you coming from the next county. that is a nice color though. I like the high wheels. My SIL want me to do that to my cart.


I have a 5" lift I put on it, with a 21" tire on a 10" rim. Love the difference!!

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garysol wrote:

Dont forget to add some lights if your planning on running at night.....
Nice looking cart


I am just waiting for them to be delivered! Ordered them yesterday and should be here later this week! I also have a radio to put in it, and want to get a back seat.

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What about the street sign in the corner of your garage, was that ann actual street sign?

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