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Unread 10-25-2012, 09:09 PM   #1
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So I have been searching for a cart for almost 2 years and decided on this 2008.5 CC Precedent. After the first test drive I had to have it. I started off by making a list of things I wanted and after crossing things off here and there I decided to build a Street Machine. Everyone else at our campground has a lifted cart and I like to be different. So here goes the build...I started 3 weeks ago and this is the progress so far.... First day we brought the cart home.
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Unread 10-25-2012, 09:16 PM   #2
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First thing I did was add a folding backseat. Then came the wheels and tires. 12" wheels and 215/40/tires. The tires were 19" tall and I was sure they would fit with no problem since the stockers were 18.5 and I had plenty of clearance. Well...they fit but will rub with people on the back. I just ordered HD springs for the back and if that doesnt help I will trim the fenders and then add extended fender flares (adding them one way or another since I think they look sweet) On to the headlights for the late night joy rides...
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Got the tail lights put in yesterday. I had to run all the wires as the 2008.5 and up do not come with the wires run for the tailights. Fun time though
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that thing looks soo sick!
where did ya order those rims from
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Tonight I hooked up the 450 watt amp, 2 Polk 6.5's, and an 8" sub. I like the location I chose for the speakers. They look bada$$ and sound awesome. The amp is placed in a good spot too as I have easy access to the rca wires to play my ipod.
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Also added arm rests with cup holders to the back. Great looking and functional yet you cannot flip the rear seat with them like this. Tomorrow I will be reconfiguring them
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that thing looks soo sick!
where did ya order those rims from
Rims came from a place on ebay. Tires/rims/mounted/balanced/lugnuts/shipped all for $480 I will find their name for ya..... TNTSupercenter on Ebay
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Unread 10-25-2012, 09:39 PM   #8
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UPS just stopped by with a couple more packages.. I ordered a speedylink type device with a toggle switch installed. I clocked my cart in stock trim with my GPS app at 16mph. I am hoping with the rim/tire combo and the speedylink to get around 20mph. My underbody LED's and HD springs also came. Will post pics once installed. Oh, and I have the hood off now testing my painting skills. I am thinking stralight black (black w/ silver metallic) with some silver accents stripes.
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this thing is looking awesome! with that sub, it it made for a golf cart or did you cut the plastic and fab all of that up?
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Looking good - I like the speaker location!!!
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