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Old 08-20-2011, 05:08 PM   #11
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Check out this link and see if you can figure out what year cart you have


http://www.shopezgo.com/customer-ser...ialNumber.html
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Old 08-20-2011, 08:52 PM   #12
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judging from previous posts of his, I think it is a shuttle model of some type. Maybe a PC 957?
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Old 08-20-2011, 08:53 PM   #13
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Check out this link and see if you can figure out what year cart you have


http://www.shopezgo.com/customer-ser...ialNumber.html
My cart is not like any of those. It is much longer. The seat actually sits over the front wheels and the front extends out from the front wheels about 24". The ID plate is gone, but it used to be on the bulkhead near where the back of your left foot sits. The cart looks like the size of the ones used as airport shuttles, but mine has a flat deck behind the seat. Hopefully I'll be able to get pics pretty soon! Oh, by the way " JohnnieB ", as far as I know the kitty isn't photoshoped. Does look rather perturbed eh!
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Old 08-20-2011, 09:30 PM   #14
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judging from previous posts of his, I think it is a shuttle model of some type. Maybe a PC 957?
That's on the right track! Mine is much older. It has an all steel body. The things a tank!
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Old 08-20-2011, 10:04 PM   #15
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That's on the right track! Mine is much older. It has an all steel body. The things a tank!
something like this maybe?
http://www.ezgogolfcars.eu/INDUS875.html
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Old 08-21-2011, 01:06 AM   #16
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something like this maybe?
http://www.ezgogolfcars.eu/INDUS875.html
If you take off the cab and back rails, this is what it looks like!

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ok now we are getting somewhere.

That is from E-Z-GO's industrial lineup.... actually made by Cushman now (which is a sub company to E-Z-GO)

The 80" wheelbase is throwing me, but that's ok....

at one point in time there would have been an identification plate mounted under the driver's left leg, sounds like yours is missing.

Many people back in the days this cart was made used to run a chassis ground from the battery pack. We have learned over time that this is dangerous and no longer do it.

Some of those carts (the earliest ones) ran a 10 spline motor (such as Club Car uses) others run the 19 spline. The controller is based on the 0-5k pot throttle input and the cart has all the electrical charastics of a controller based Marathon (with some differences in wiring based on the longer frame/body of course)
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Looks like an older Cushman Titan. http://cushman.com/titan.html
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Old 08-21-2011, 07:27 PM   #19
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[QUOTE=rabbitreborn;610826]ok now we are getting somewhere.


The 80" wheelbase is throwing me, but that's ok....

at one point in time there would have been an identification plate mounted under the driver's left leg, sounds like yours is missing.

Many people back in the days this cart was made used to run a chassis ground from the battery pack. We have learned over time that this is dangerous and no longer do it.

Yes this is a very long cart! the total length of it is 11' 9" long! I see the rivets of where the ID plate used to be. If it was made of aluminum, It corroded away, as a guess. I would see no reason to remove it. The chassis ground issue has been resolved! It is no longer grounded to the battery pack!
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Old 08-21-2011, 07:54 PM   #20
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Take a picture of the cart for us. I would like to see it
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