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Unread 03-18-2013, 07:52 AM   #51
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I love the way the wheels & tires fill the wheel well! Almost makes me want to go that way instead of lifting, hmmmmm.
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Unread 09-20-2013, 09:59 AM   #52
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I finally had a little time to get some more work done on this project cart. This project has taken WAY longer to complete than I had originally planned, but with a new baby, a daughter that plays 2 sports and buying and selling a house as well as moving--it has been justified. Here is where the cart sits now, everything has been gone through, cleaned, prepped, painted, new tires and wheels installed, new batteries installed, heavy duty cables installed, new seat covers installed and a couple of new parts on order. I am going to paint this top if I can't find another one (this one has a little crack in it and I hate to leave it on this cart).
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Unread 09-20-2013, 10:35 AM   #53
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[QUOTE=monkey-1;I am going to paint this top if I can't find another one (this one has a little crack in it and I hate to leave it [/QUOTE]

Cart looks great, what a transformation!

Question: My father in laws roof is caving in on his old cart. If you get a new one will you be selling this one off cheap? His is a work cart for around the property so he'd be ok with it having a crack as long as it shelters him from rain and sun.


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Unread 09-20-2013, 11:16 AM   #54
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Excellent transformation. This gives me tons of motivation to get some work done on my ’02 IQ. I have been hesitant to take body panels off yet as I am not too sure as to the sequence or what is required. I think it would be in my best interest to do so though. I need to figure out the butchered light kit wiring as well as clean up the parts of the cart that saw some use (spent the last 10 years of its life on a nursery).

Any pointers on getting body parts off? I will continue to search the forums for other builds and hopefully some step-by-step pictures to aide me in my quest.
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Unread 09-20-2013, 11:20 AM   #55
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Yetti96, it's not that bad at all. If you go to my build thread there is one challenge I hit where the two screws that secure the plastic under the seat (where heels of your feet would be) were rusted together. Those two bolt were the hardest part of the whole process, otherwise very easy to remove!


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Unread 09-20-2013, 03:59 PM   #56
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I finally had a little time to get some more work done on this project cart. This project has taken WAY longer to complete than I had originally planned, but with a new baby, a daughter that plays 2 sports and buying and selling a house as well as moving--it has been justified. Here is where the cart sits now, everything has been gone through, cleaned, prepped, painted, new tires and wheels installed, new batteries installed, heavy duty cables installed, new seat covers installed and a couple of new parts on order. I am going to paint this top if I can't find another one (this one has a little crack in it and I hate to leave it on this cart).
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Looks great man! Nice work...
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Unread 09-20-2013, 04:00 PM   #57
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Excellent transformation. This gives me tons of motivation to get some work done on my 02 IQ. I have been hesitant to take body panels off yet as I am not too sure as to the sequence or what is required. I think it would be in my best interest to do so though. I need to figure out the butchered light kit wiring as well as clean up the parts of the cart that saw some use (spent the last 10 years of its life on a nursery).

Any pointers on getting body parts off? I will continue to search the forums for other builds and hopefully some step-by-step pictures to aide me in my quest.
Yeah it's pretty easy actually. I took mine off when I installed my voltage reducer and light kit...
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Unread 09-21-2013, 04:45 PM   #58
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I just finished 10 minutes ago taking mine off the 88.....vice gripes , WD 40, drill bit and lots of profanity....
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Unread 09-23-2013, 01:26 PM   #59
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Yeah it's pretty easy actually. I took mine off when I installed my voltage reducer and light kit...
That might be the ticket. I am still trying to trace the wires in the existing wire kit that is in the cart. I figured the headlights out, it looks like there are also 2 other wires for running lights as there is no signal. I need to test the micro switch on the brake pedal to see how that works and where the power goes to as far as tail/brake lights. Since the aluminum seat kit covers the built-in cart's lights it looks like some other lights were added and hung below the foot rest to be seen. It might be easier to take it all apart and clean everything, and ID wires.
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Unread 09-23-2013, 06:07 PM   #60
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I just finished 10 minutes ago taking mine off the 88.....vice gripes , WD 40, drill bit and lots of profanity....
LOL, been there and got the T-shirt and busted knuckles. Did you have a problem with the same two screws as I did?
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