Best Lift Kit for 1990 EZGO Marathon

dmos73

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So, the pdf instruction file they just sent me, shows the adapters for the rear springs and shocks. I am trying to clarify with them now, which kit they’re selling, because they clearly have it titled wrong.
 

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Dw89xj

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In my opinion it's nice to be able to pick your spring rate when you buy springs but this is also the first time I'm doing this for a golf cart.
 

dmos73

Member
In my opinion it's nice to be able to pick your spring rate when you buy springs but this is also the first time I'm doing this for a golf cart.
So hurry up already so we know what happens…..lol kidding of course but not really. 😜
 

Dw89xj

New Member
I still need to measure to buy metal for the engine mount it's getting a vanguard 23hp while this is going on too.lol
 

dmos73

Member
Nice!! I’m just kidding, I know this stuff takes time.I will be doing an engine swap in the future, so I will be back to pick your brain about that. LOL I am going to get the cart looking good right now and worry about performance later. I own a drive-through Christmas light display in Northern Kentucky, and I am turning this into my little work cart
 

Dw89xj

New Member
Awesome! This one wasn't supposed to be this much of a project but it was missing so much that I figured if I'm taking it all apart I might as well do the engine and lift kit all at once.
 

dmos73

Member
I am truly impressed with the boss marine 6-1/2” coaxial. 35 bucks and with jus the amp off of the pioneer head unit, this little sucker rocks. I only gave 500 for the cart and only thing I’ve had to do is buy the windshield, and now need a voltage regulator. Once I hooked up my switch panel, it showed 16.6 volts while driving, not good. I’m going to make me a custom enclosure with doors so I can stay warm and dry during the light show. It can get damn cold in northern ky in December some times.
 

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dmos73

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You don't have to fab anything if you purchase the kit that fits your cart.

This drop axle kit will work for you................................
they just confirmed that the picture they have for the ebay listing is for the wrong kit. they have the same kit that you shared
 

classycarts

Cartaholic
they just confirmed that the picture they have for the ebay listing is for the wrong kit. they have the same kit that you shared


Your right, half the fun is experimenting and fabricating up your idea's.

Way back when these came out, lift kit for a marathon, they cost $250. Once I seen how simple of a kit it was. I started making them myself. Now they're around $100.


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