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Unread 10-10-2018, 08:11 PM   #1
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Default Now sits on 27" General Grabber ATX's

So I have been working on my stretched ezgo. The system is still a series 48v conversion with a spm48500, D&D & Reversing Contactor. I think I'm finally using my controller for what is was made for.

I swapped out the txt body to the freedom body & wrapped it in kmpf Red Black Iridescent vinyl. This body was a little more difficult to wrap than the txt. I also swapped the 23's out for the 27x8.5r14 meats! I did have to trim the front body just a tad, but other than than this is just a basic 6" lift.

This thing rides so smooth & quiet!
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Unread 10-10-2018, 08:35 PM   #2
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NICE Any clearance issuse with the brake pedal?
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Unread 10-10-2018, 09:27 PM   #3
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Yeah it hits. I thought about a 1-2" lift block between the body and springs but I might just leave it like it is.
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Unread 10-11-2018, 09:36 AM   #4
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wheels/tires look great and the body wrap turned out nice
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wheels/tires look great and the body wrap turned out nice
Thanks Man
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Yeah it hits. I thought about a 1-2" lift block between the body and springs but I might just leave it like it is.
A little extra lift never hurt anything! Looks Great!
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Have you tried it yet? Did you change the gears in it? While a fan/user of D&D motors, just wondering with your combo and new boots how it does in soft mud or sand and how well it climbs steep grades?
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Have you tried it yet? Did you change the gears in it? While a fan/user of D&D motors, just wondering with your combo and new boots how it does in soft mud or sand and how well it climbs steep grades?
This cart doesn't see offroad much. This is more of a people mover while camping. Just got tired of the standard lifted look.
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A little extra lift never hurt anything! Looks Great!
Agreed, Thanks!
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