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Old 07-10-2012, 03:36 PM
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Golf Cart > Coilovers

Let me get this out of the way.... I don't do golf, I understand that many love it but it is boring unless you are just shooting at the balls (we actually play golf with 22LR) and use the course as a Off Road course.
Wet grass drifting a cart is a kick!
A good friend dropped off a basket case Golf-cart to get it running. So, I'm in that process and while the battery is on the charger I figure I'd ask...
This cart has some Coil/Overs on it, two to be precise and one of each
One has a thick red spring and looks straight and the other has a lighter black spring and looks bent, slightly.
So, I'm thinking that a set of matching inexpensive universal C/O's is something I'll be needing. by eyeball these have maybe a 5-6" stroke.
Looking for sources and figure the buggy section is a good place to start.
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Old 07-10-2012, 06:15 PM
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