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Unread 06-19-2010, 01:14 PM   #1
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Default Club Car hitch question

I want to buy this hitch from this guy, but he will not respond to my question. Does anyone have this hitch and if so, do you know the distance between the big hole and the farthest hole on the left in the picture? I have a custom rear bumper and want to know if it is long enough. Here is the link to the posting:
http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/EZ-GO...ltDomainQ5f100
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Unread 06-19-2010, 01:22 PM   #2
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Default Re: Club Car hitch question

Haven't see that one before (and I don't know what the weight capacity would be for it) but if you don't mind spending a few more dollars, I would suggest something designed like this:
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Unread 06-19-2010, 01:24 PM   #3
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Ok, how does that mount to the club car ds?
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Ok, how does that mount to the club car ds?
The portion circled in red mounts on each side of the rectangular space under the back of the car. The portions circled in green mount to the exosting holes on the cross member just forward of the rectangular space at the rear of the car.

The nice thing about these hitches is that when you don't need them, just like a car, you can pull the bar and you don't have to worry about nailing your shin/knee/thigh on the hitch you forgot was sticking out of the back end......
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Unread 06-19-2010, 03:02 PM   #5
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Ok, great. I might just get one of those. Thank you!
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Ok, great. I might just get one of those. Thank you!
Check out Harbor Freight as well for bolt on hitches. Look at the one on my cart by clicking on my signature link. It's bolted to the bottom of my rear seat but can also be bolted to under the cart as well through the bag tray. It costs $20.
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The portion circled in red mounts on each side of the rectangular space under the back of the car. The portions circled in green mount to the exosting holes on the cross member just forward of the rectangular space at the rear of the car.

The nice thing about these hitches is that when you don't need them, just like a car, you can pull the bar and you don't have to worry about nailing your shin/knee/thigh on the hitch you forgot was sticking out of the back end......
I have this one on mine. Big problem is the part you circled in red attaches threw the plastic bumper. I use mine to pull my JetSki around and after a while it pulled the bolts out of the bumper. I put a tube bumper on it and made an angle iron bracket to go all the way across the back of the cart with some tabs holding the circled mounts to the bumper. Seems to work much better.
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I have the same one installed on my cart.


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