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Unread 08-13-2014, 07:36 PM   #1
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Default Beach "Beater" Carryall 1

Finished my rebuild of our 03 EZGO and getting a lot o use out of it at the beach. Came out really nice so I managed to convince my wife I needed another cart as a "beater".

I like the look of the club carryall but haven't seen too many tricked out, especially the way I see one being done. Found a good deal on a decent shape '95 Carryall 1 with a flat bed on Craigslist. Picked it up last week on the way from PA to DE.

Noise coming from the rear but certain it's the bushing or lack thereof as the motor in this thing was replaced at one time.

Needed new batteries as I figured it would. Got a deal on 2013 8 volt batts. Installed them yesterday. Running great.

Decided to swap in the set of wheels I removed from the EZGO last year. The wheels need recoated. Looking into my options

I have plans to lower the cart with blocks in the rear and a spring flip in the front with a small spacer to even things out. I may have a new spring bent to the right height but trying to stick to a low budget. (Went a little overboard with the last one). Will nix the stock glove boxes and fab something up for the dash.

Need this cart to be able to haul all our beach stuff. Need to figure out removable bed sides and fab some racks/holders for crab pots, rods, clam racks, cooler , etc...
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Unread 08-13-2014, 07:40 PM   #2
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Default Re: Beach "Beater" Carryall 1

As I bought it.
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Unread 08-13-2014, 07:49 PM   #3
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Long live the Carryall!

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Unread 08-13-2014, 08:55 PM   #4
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Nice.

Anybody with a carryall feel free to post up pics. I've been searching for pics of cool carryalls.
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It's a ways off but I'm trying to figure out what to do with the rear part of the body. I'd like to strip it and give it a brushed aluminum look but I've read conflicting ideas on just how to go about it so it holds up. I'm thinking using a wire wheel (brass?) and keeping it waxed.
As far as colors for the front I've narrowed it down to the 90s Impala SS Dark Cherry and BMWs Metallic Brown. Not sure if the rear should have any color except brushed aluminum. Wheels will be either black or gold.
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