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Unread 04-23-2009, 09:12 PM   #1
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Default The wifes yard cart

Picked this up last fall for my wife to use as her gardening mobile.





She also spends a lot of time running up and down the county road by the house cleaning up the sides of the road. So, I had to put lights, and flashers on it so she would be seen.

Here it is today.



I really wanted it to get more "bling" but she wanted something that would be capable and blend in to the scenery







Thanks to Eric and Scott at Radical for setting me up with everything I need to take care of the front lift!
Thanks to ScottyB for giving me all the info I need to get the rear lift taken care of. The idea of chrome center caps and lugs on the black wheel. And the occasional proding to actually get it done.
Thanks to Ruredy for the wheel idea, and putting up with a bunch of questions.
And thanks to Everything Carts for getting me set up with wheels, and tires. And everything required to get the lights and flashers.
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Unread 04-23-2009, 09:25 PM   #2
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Nice cart

sorry about the ezgo thing

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Unread 04-23-2009, 09:28 PM   #3
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Default Re: The wifes yard cart

Cart looks good!

But it is missing something.
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Unread 04-23-2009, 09:32 PM   #4
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Default Re: The wifes yard cart

NOW THAT"S WHAT I"M TALKIN' ABOUT
Now the little woman can get some respect toolin' down a country road
Cart looks good what size tires are those? 22s? or 3s .
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Cart looks good!

But it is missing something.
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NOW THAT"S WHAT I"M TALKIN' ABOUT
Now the little woman can get some respect toolin' down a country road
Cart looks good what size tires are those? 22s? or 3s .
22's on 8's. I really like the way it looks on Ruredy's cart
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Default Re: The wifes yard cart

That is a lot of sidewall. Does it ride softer that way?
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That is a lot of sidewall. Does it ride softer that way?
I dont really have anything to compare it to? I was afraid of too much roll but it doesnt seem to be an issue at all.
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The WIFE!
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