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Unread 05-25-2015, 10:32 AM   #21
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I like them. Sure, they ride rougher than stock, but with a rear seat or cargo box you need the extra support. I think they are a nice compromise between support and ride quality...
Thanks bro, i will be putting on a rear seat kit and will need that extra support right??? Thats what i'm looking for, a nice compromise. I see these springs going from one extreme to the other, too flexible or too stiff.But after reading how harsh the ride would be with multi leaf HD springs, forum member Lockman1 found what i thought was the perfect solution for rear seat lifted carts, ie: Medium Duty 1 Leaf (means NO squeaking) rear springs from cartpartsplus.com. And since i am doing a resto now on my daughters cart i will definetly use you members experience and advice to save me from a sh!tload of trial and error mistakes. Thanks guys and especially a big thanks to Lockman1
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Unread 05-25-2015, 11:37 AM   #22
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I appreciate the thanks... really... I do!!!

BUT... If it wasn't for BGW... I'd still be running a stock cart!

ALL of the members here couldn't have been more helpful to me posting their problems, and solutions!
I just read, and learn from their experiences, and use their knowledge so, I don't mess up the first time!

Spend some time reading Blitz... BGW is a wealth of golf car information!

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Unread 05-25-2015, 12:22 PM   #23
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I appreciate the thanks... really... I do!!!

BUT... If it wasn't for BGW... I'd still be running a stock cart!

ALL of the members here couldn't have been more helpful to me posting their problems, and solutions!
I just read, and learn from their experiences, and use their knowledge so, I don't mess up the first time!

Spend some time reading Blitz... BGW is a wealth of golf car information!

I've been reading nonstop since i found you guys. Its the place to be for carts i see. Searching every topic i need. Thanks for your opinion on the springs
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