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Unread 05-08-2013, 10:17 AM   #1
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First time owning a cart (i find out it was a NEV Pathway)! So I decided to lift it 6" and install 14" wheels. Pictures to follow along the Path...way!
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Unread 05-08-2013, 10:20 AM   #2
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Remove the body for paint!
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Front is done! Had to remove the front brakes.
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The Paint!!!
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Putting all back together! Close!!!
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Your pathway is coming together nicely. I too lifted a pathway and repainted. I really like my cart. Have you did anything to boost power? I went completely through mine. I put 500 amp Altrax controller, D&D torque motor, 2 ga wires, and 400 amp cont. solenoid. By doing all the upgrades, it really brought my cart to life. Congrats on your build.
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Almost, now just need accessories!
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gcs13, thanks that is great info. I haven't got into any performance upgrades just yet. wanted to get the "look" first. Where did you you get your upgrades? I'm sure now that I got it looking the way I want, speed is next!!!
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gcs13, thanks that is great info. I haven't got into any performance upgrades just yet. wanted to get the "look" first. Where did you you get your upgrades? I'm sure now that I got it looking the way I want, speed is next!!!
I first started with a plum quick bandit and I changed to a D&D torque motor. Where I go with my buggie, I needed more pulling power than speed. On level ground, I can still get 26 mph with my D&D motor. I have 23" inch tire on my pathway and those tall tires puts a strain on the factory setup ( motor, controller, solenoid, and battery cables ).
I bought my motor straight from D&D motors, the rest of my stuff came from buggies gone wild sponcers, eBay, and local dealers. Good luck with your upgrades.
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