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Posted: 07/31/19 09:21am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

My Brother is a full timer that also works for a church group doing metal work such as handicap rails, etc.

He has used a Cricket for 3 or 4 years now to haul tools etc. to the work site. No issues and his is equipt to haul 4 people.

He bought it for the power and so he can load it through the side door of his enclosed work trailer.


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Are these very good on gravel. The main campground we go to is graveled but is very smooth/flat.


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I have been enjoying my Cricket SX3. Anyone else have one?

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your answering a 3 year old thread so you may not get any relies

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donkeydew wrote:

your answering a 3 year old thread so you may not get any relies


Here's *your* answer....

Not sure about any "relies"..... but some (me too) may have missed this 3-year old...[emoticon]

So here's an on topic reply you can rely on.....

Always see this add in Hemmings Motor News, "Tour Shows with Ease" -
for a silent electric 3-wheeler, carries two riders up to 550 lbs total.

Check it out at "Palmer" - www.palmerind.com
(link *not* provided for folks who don't like to click 'em)

I don't have one - but lots of interesting products including a DIY
kit (electric) for *your* bike or trike.

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The baby monitor for the 3 year old was off!..[emoticon]

Thanks for the Cricket and Palmer info!..[emoticon]

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Dtank wrote:

The baby monitor for the 3 year old was off!..[emoticon]

Thanks for the Cricket and Palmer info!..[emoticon]

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You're ("your" - you are) welcome!....

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ol Bombero i like grammer police. we need more. i am not a punctuater or a speller but i like knowing the correct way!

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This is turning into Seinfeld, a thread about nothing. [emoticon]


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I’ve owned several different “Golf Carts” and the Cricket can’t be classified as a golf cart. Golf Carts are work horses. Electric carts make there way through 9-18 holes then back on the charger until called on again. Up here in the hills, we use gas golf carts that last all day every day tugging Big Ben an Trudy up and down the hills. Crickets while fun to use for short down the street and back jaunts are not Golf Carts.





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