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Unread 10-31-2011, 06:36 PM   #11
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Im almost done... just need to add my camo wrap.

6" A-arm lift
Heavy duty rear springs
14" Wheels and 23" tires
Light kit
Rear folding seat with diamond plate
Radio installed
One week old batteries
Does 20mph and handles great!

looks good!!!!!
could you post more pics of the rear seat?
also the radio how did u wire it and where is the spekers?
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Unread 11-01-2011, 09:23 AM   #12
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Man, your about as paitent as I am! Looks good so far. What wrap are you gonna use? I was thinking of wrappung my Precedent. Been looking at the camoclad but not sure. Let us know what you use and how you like it!
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Unread 11-01-2011, 09:29 AM   #13
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The rear seat is from one of the site sponsors, Trademark Carts. They offer a rear seat, lift kit and tire/wheel combo package. I just upgraded the package from 10" wheels to 14" (extra 250.00) I think it was.

The rear seat they carry is the best in my opinion. It wraps around the rear bumper, you keep both the sweater basket and the drainage system. The powder coat finish looks and feels great. The seat pad is like twice as thick as the ones I’ve had in the past and diamond plate on the underside is a standard feature... OH and the grab bar is standard also.

This is the second kit I’ve bought from them. This last order I bought the lift kit, the backseat, the wheel/tires, light kit and heavy duty springs... ALL with no shipping fees. Gotta love it.

http://trademarkcarts.com/product/23...t-combo-p6auk1
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I like that rear seat setup as you still retain the rear gutters. Did you install HD leaf springs as well?
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Yep, did it when I add the 6" lift. I’ve been down that road before. To me, it’s not if you will need HD springs, but when. Easier just to change them out while doing the lift instead of going back and doing it a few months down the road... plus, buy them with the package for 95.00 and get free shipping.
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Colby, I think I might buy mine at a local print shop. They charge 4.00 a square foot which is about the same price you can get online, but the only thing is, it’s not the "name brand" stuff. I mean, the wrap itself is the best you can get he said (made by 3m so it can’t be bad), but the camo patterns aren’t the ones by like Mossy Oak or Advantage. The good thing about that is you can get ANYTING you want printed on it. Even like a photo I take can be put on there. I have this crazy thought of maybe doing like little longhorns in camo color. Sorta like digital camo pattern, but instead of little squares it would be longhorns. I guess you can tell I’m a huge longhorn fan.

But, this cart is for sale and I don’t want to do anything to scare folks away. I don’t want to make it to personal. Someday I will build a cart for myself and it will be all mine, but until then I need to keep it safe.
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Here is what I used to mount the radio. It was Super easy and you would think it was made for a Club Car.



The speakers... A work in project. For not they are just sitting in the cubby holes, but not for long. Im going to use a 5" hole saw to cut a hole under the seat on the kick panel. Like a lot of folks do on EZGO's. I dont see an issue with just cutting a hole with a hole saw... does anyone else? There is plenty of room, just cant see whats behind the panel... like wires or anything, but I wouldnt think they would run wires between the panle and battery tub. I guess we will find out.

Does anyone know anyone or seen anyone thats done this? I havent and Im not sure why... its seems the easiest.
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Sorry, its about 13.00 on Amazon. Its called... Metra 99-9000 Dash Kit For Uni Under Dash Full Shroud
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Here is what I used to mount the radio. It was Super easy and you would think it was made for a Club Car.



The speakers... A work in project. For not they are just sitting in the cubby holes, but not for long. Im going to use a 5" hole saw to cut a hole under the seat on the kick panel. Like a lot of folks do on EZGO's. I dont see an issue with just cutting a hole with a hole saw... does anyone else? There is plenty of room, just cant see whats behind the panel... like wires or anything, but I wouldnt think they would run wires between the panle and battery tub. I guess we will find out.

Does anyone know anyone or seen anyone thats done this? I havent and Im not sure why... its seems the easiest.
The thought of the little longhorns just made me throw up in my mouth a little! You can look at my Avitar and guess where I went to school. We went to Norman and showed those Sooners what a bunch of freshmen can do and we will be in Austin in this weekend to show y'all! Just kidding as you may have seen what a pounding we took at home vs IS this past weekend in Lubbock! A freshman team is so unpredictable!
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