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Unread 07-19-2014, 07:48 PM   #1
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Got all the parts on.. Think it looks much better now. Still have a handful of $100 parts to buy after the wife gets over the latest big hit.
Installed: Jake's 4" A-Arm Lift Kit, Heavy Duty Dual Action Rear Leaf Springs 12x7 Vampire Machined / Black Wheels, 22x11-12 Sahara Classic All Terrain Tires, Max5 Golf Cart Rear Flip Seat with Folding Step with cooler, Madjaxstreet legal light kit.
Question, Has anyone put seat belts on these max 5 seats and if so, what did you use?
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Unread 07-19-2014, 08:40 PM   #2
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Sweet ride, big difference, looks great!
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Unread 07-19-2014, 09:43 PM   #3
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Sweet ride, big difference, looks great!
Thanks scooterman,
How do you like the fender flares on your precedent? I was thinking of getting a set of those next. Makes your cart look tough!
Where did you buy yours?
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Unread 07-19-2014, 09:47 PM   #4
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east coast customgolf carts was the only one that had the right kit for my year 2008 and looked good. The others I couldn't tell exactly what they looked like. Easy to put on also.
Came with stainless hardware. Site sponsor also.

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Unread 07-19-2014, 10:11 PM   #5
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east coast customgolf carts was the only one that had the right kit for my year 2008 and looked good. The others I couldn't tell exactly what they looked like. Easy to put on also.
Came with stainless hardware. Site sponsor also.

http://www.eccarts.com/Club-Car-Prec...flares-blk.htm
Thanks for the reply scooterman. I will order a set tomorrow.
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Unread 07-19-2014, 10:23 PM   #6
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Looks very nice! If you're handy in the garage you can fab up your own brackets. Since you are NEO you can get steel at a good price at Patterns Metals in Macedonia. That's where I picked up the tube for my light bar. Had some scrap at home for my brackets. The seat belts set me back around $140 w/sh&hdlg for 4 of them.
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Looks very nice! If you're handy in the garage you can fab up your own brackets. Since you are NEO you can get steel at a good price at Patterns Metals in Macedonia. That's where I picked up the tube for my light bar. Had some scrap at home for my brackets. The seat belts set me back around $140 w/sh&hdlg for 4 of them.
Hi,
Thank you for the response and compliments on my cart. I am handy but do not weld which I believe would need to be done to get the bracket angles and belt mounting areas right. I think the madjax bar would work well with the Max5 seat brackets, Do you have the max5 seat?
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Unread 07-20-2014, 08:57 AM   #8
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No, I don't have the Madjax seats. After Googling up the madjax bar, it doesn't seem to be to bad of a deal for the mounting bar plus the 4 retractable seatbelts. Looks to be just a bolt on item. Though I don't believe that you'd have to weld (didn't with mine), it would save you the fab up time. Here's a couple shots of my seatbelt set-up.
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Personally I don't like Chinese made MadJax products. Cheap bolts for thing just not as built as well as other american made products.
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Personally I don't like Chinese made MadJax products. Cheap bolts for thing just not as built as well as other american made products.
You definitely aren't wrong about Chinese quality. Went to Fastenal for the stainless nuts and bolts for the seatbelts. Brand new and the first one bound up as I was tightening it up. Couldn't go any further and the nut wouldn't back off. Ended up snapping it off. Second one...hit it with a few drops of oil, same thing (though I saved this one). Ended up running all bolts through dies before using them and also oiling. Went back to Fastenal to let them know. You guessed it...all from China. Never again at Fastenal for me.
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