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Unread 01-30-2009, 12:02 AM   #11
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Just wondering if contacting CC in Augusta might have an answer to this one? Another avenue if needed. Got me?
You could try... they may not give you too much info, unless your a CC dealer,
that's why I'm going through my CC dealer... they may have more "clout"!
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Unread 01-30-2009, 06:21 AM   #12
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The closet CC dealer is about 100 miles south of me so needless to say I don't get down that way often. Golf Carts of Houston is about 60 miles away but they don't sell CC at that location, I would have to go to their location on the south side of Houston. I can get CC parts at the northern store but they have to pick them up and bring them to the store from the southern store, not conducive for same day pick up. I don't go to the dealer at all, so there is no loyalty there on either side.

I did tell Lockman when I wrote the number down I also popped a wheel cover off and the cart has steel dust covers on the wheel bearings, if that helps any at all. It's an interesting thing, but by the time it's all said and done, it will be an almost new cart. I just want to make sure that when and if I do have to get some CC parts, I get the right thing because, while living out in the trees of East Texas is wonderful, the logistics of having to drive a minimum of 60 miles to the "Big City" makes you sure to get it right the first time.

I know that I'll have many more questions in the future, but I appreciate everything that Lockman has done, so far and I hope he has a brew and a brat on me this weekend in Beer Town. I look forward to modding my cart and all the help, you guys will give during and after the process.
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Unread 01-30-2009, 07:38 AM   #13
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My CC dealer is 40 miles away... for some reason, I always make it worth the drive!
I think they "bend over backwards" for me is because, I've spent close to 10 G's there...
plus, I've brought 3 people that have spent @ 3 G's
(My CC dealer KNOWS that I'm addicted to this stuff!)

BTW cookn... the steel caps will be crucial info for a lift kit!
(looks like you've done your homework!)

It's not like I'm rebuilding your cart for you... it's just a few simple phone calls,
that may (or may not) clear up some questions... not only yours... but some others!

I'm going to have them run my serial number, and yours, and see what kind of details they (Augusta) come up with!

I'll make that phone call today, and try to post my info (PM you yours) tonight or tomorrow on my friends 'puter,
but, I'm not getting my hopes up on any heavy details!

again... it's a good challenge!
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Unread 01-30-2009, 09:55 AM   #14
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Why don't you post a picture of the cart and of the serial number plate - that will help. Especially to see if you have an ACTUAL CC serial plate and not a home made one! I've been in this for quite some time and have seen many things that don't make sense!!

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Unread 01-30-2009, 12:30 PM   #15
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cookn PM'd me his full serial number Mike,
I think he may be worried, (and, for some odd reason... I am too)
about golf car "indentity theft" via the internet!

O.K...

I found out some info cookn...

QP0399-******

QP = Pathway 48v IQ
03 = 2003

and... are you ready???

99 = This was a special group of carts made for General Motors,
so that G.M. could get a tax break for using energy efficient vehicles
and, they are DOT rated!

Club Car bought the carts back from G.M. and sold them new ones...
(no other information, like... refurbished, resold as is...etc.)

Now for mine...

LX0706-******

LX = Lynx hunting vehicle
07 = 2007
06 = 6th week of manufacture

Now... for those of you that are curious...

Manufacturing for the next model year starts in the first week of August the previous year.
for instance: my 2007 cart was built around the 2nd week of September of 2006

So... in most cases, what I (we) know the last 2 digits of the first group of numbers
IS the week of manufacture!
(except for cookn... he's "special")

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Unread 01-30-2009, 01:12 PM   #16
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WHOLLY COW BATMAN - we have a Sherlock Holmes on BGW!

Great information, Lockman

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Unread 01-30-2009, 05:00 PM   #17
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WHOLLY COW BATMAN - we have a Sherlock Holmes on BGW!

Great information, Lockman


All it took was a phone call!

I'm just happy I could help!

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Unread 01-30-2009, 05:46 PM   #18
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You did good Lockman I have seen pics of the Pathways around, The Gem cars were the same kind of deal for Chrysler, and they are pretty common. Ford had the Think, same kind of deal. I have never seen a Think around, must be scarce.
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Unread 01-30-2009, 05:53 PM   #19
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Wow, that's interesting. So my cart's a Chevy, now when I say it's got a big block, I could be telling the truth. If only it was a gas cart.

Thanks Lockman for digging up that little bit of history. I find the part about being "DOT rated" interesting, because I thought that the standards would include lighting, because the lights on mine aren't factory and they are very poorly installed. The person I bought it from installed them himself or at least, he told me he did. I'm gonna change them out or re-wire them so it doesn't look like a 2 year old installed them.

Now on to the modding
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Unread 01-30-2009, 08:29 PM   #20
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ok now makes sense, GM uses golf carts in their plants for security, and moving visitors, and VIP's around. Had a chance last summer to get a couple out of Power train. lost the bid. They were gassers.
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