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Old 06-08-2022, 09:30 AM   #21
TooMuchJuice
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Default Re: Club Car DS 2003 getting bagged!

Oh the Saga continues. So, I’ve went from bags, to air shocks, back to bags, back to air shocks:/ ehhhhh.
These Monroe air shocks a few people recommended on here are Doo Doo. They have no travel looks like I’m rebuilding the front end. I need bags on here. I’m running 3/8” and full size bags… when I take my kids to school I want to “eject” then from the cart, lol!
With these 3/8” lines, it’s holy **** fast! Probably overkill…
But yea, these Monroe’s are only getting a few inches of travel. Also, big problem now is the steering. How did you address that Gotti? Now it’s got extra travel so the steering “knuckles “ will need more travel?
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Old 06-08-2022, 09:34 AM   #22
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Oh the Saga continues. So, I’ve went from bags, to air shocks, back to bags, back to air shocks:/ ehhhhh.
These Monroe air shocks a few people recommended on here are Doo Doo. They have no travel looks like I’m rebuilding the front end. I need bags on here. I’m running 3/8” and full size bags… when I take my kids to school I want to “eject” then from the cart, lol!
With these 3/8” lines, it’s holy **** fast! Probably overkill…
But yea, these Monroe’s are only getting a few inches of travel. Also, big problem now is the steering. How did you address that Gotti? Now it’s got extra travel so the steering “knuckles “ will need more travel?
Let’s try the pics again..
******, one pic? Cmon guys!
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Old 06-08-2022, 09:35 AM   #23
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Let’s try the pics again..
******, one pic? Cmon guys!
And again I try….
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Old 06-08-2022, 09:46 AM   #24
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Now it’s got extra travel so the steering “knuckles “ will need more travel?
When I redesigned my front end, the steering is attached to the frame so it doesn't have any travel. My original feed should have some pictures of my steering setup. The EZGO TXT is a lot different from the Club Car DS. Mine is extremely different because I changed mine to a right hand drive with a center steering box from a sand rail.
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