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Unread 06-08-2015, 01:03 PM   #161
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I looked at it. Wanted to drive it, but my 700 amp controller isnt playing nicely with my other HD components for some reason. Scottyb, FSIP tech support, and I are working to see what the problem is though. Scotty has been super through this process, even sent me the smaller resistor FSIP says may fix the problem at no charge! It comes in tomorrow and I'll be doing some swapping and testing as soon as I get home.
Whats it not playing nice with , the solenoid ??? I'll be watching to see your solution too. Did you get the package deal #444, so they are matched components as advertised on his site.
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Unread 06-08-2015, 03:58 PM   #162
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Absolutely nothing.

It's got no GO (see my other post). I am waiting on a recently ordered digital meter so I can provide accurate voltage readings. My old VOM just doesn't cut it anymore. In the meantime, I'm trying not to think about how much more I'll have to put into it.
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Unread 06-10-2015, 04:12 PM   #163
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just painted this 2002 club cart
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Unread 06-10-2015, 07:06 PM   #164
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That looks awesome paintdude!!!
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Unread 06-11-2015, 08:43 AM   #165
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this is a true candy pearl orange. it takes 2 coats of orange base then 3 coats of orange candy pearl then I put 3 coats of high solid clear. then can back 2 days later and wet sanded it with 1000 grit and laid down 2 more coats of clear .
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Unread 08-01-2015, 11:51 PM   #166
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I just finished installing a Madjax Genesis 250 seat on my Precedent. Great product- bad instructions.
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Unread 09-25-2015, 06:37 AM   #167
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Yesterday, I installed an airhorn to wake up some of the seniors here that think that a stop sign is optional and use it occasionally as a yield sign at best. I removed the front cowl so that I can sand it and paint it. I also installed a digital volt meter. I already have an analogue meter but it doesn't do much but look neat, in my opinion.

My plan is to make my old CCDS into a rat car. I removed the top and plan to make a frame similar to a dune buggy, only not as functional. Mostly for looks and to mount the windshield onto. The body will be satin black, with a wooden stake body truck bed that will also convert to a rear seat for the grandkids when they are here. I have 11" wide rear tires and about 3" wide front tires (trailer wheels). I will reupholster the seats myself, with a material that is water proof but woven.

When I get done, I will start a new post with it so you can see how you can modify a cart on the cheap. Because with all the things that my wife wants to do, my little project has to be on the cheap.
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Unread 09-25-2015, 05:47 PM   #168
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put on newer brake cables now it stops , who would have thought lol
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Unread 10-01-2015, 10:03 AM   #169
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Yesterday, I installed an airhorn to wake up some of the seniors here that think that a stop sign is optional and use it occasionally as a yield sign at best. I removed the front cowl so that I can sand it and paint it. I also installed a digital volt meter. I already have an analogue meter but it doesn't do much but look neat, in my opinion.

My plan is to make my old CCDS into a rat car. I removed the top and plan to make a frame similar to a dune buggy, only not as functional. Mostly for looks and to mount the windshield onto. The body will be satin black, with a wooden stake body truck bed that will also convert to a rear seat for the grandkids when they are here. I have 11" wide rear tires and about 3" wide front tires (trailer wheels). I will reupholster the seats myself, with a material that is water proof but woven.

When I get done, I will start a new post with it so you can see how you can modify a cart on the cheap. Because with all the things that my wife wants to do, my little project has to be on the cheap.
I made the mistake of purchasing the type of Rustoleum spray can with the trigger instead of the old fashioned button nozzle. I was warned but didn't heed, and ended up with paint splatters all over the place. Had to sand the splatters before I could put another coat of paint on it. Went out and bought different cans, and attached the pistol attachment. That worked out fine. I ordered some marker lights and some pin striping from Ebay.
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Unread 10-06-2015, 02:46 PM   #170
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I replaced the rear springs and the front spring. They are all HD with the rear being the progressive or dual action springs.
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