I guess I am over reacting, I did buy her a snow shovel. what more could she want.??? I have changed my mind, I watched on u-tube a guy was putting a positrtaction unit in his ez-go, he just placed a block with springs in it between the spiders. Looked very easy, now to find where he bought the spring unit. Here in Idaho this year would be a good year to have a snow plow, it snowed for a week here at my house. We bought two bags of ice melt just to get out the driveway.
I've seen limited-slip kits for sale, can't remember where or just which models they/it fit. I considered one, but, don't really need it. The memory isn't what it used to be. I can now hide my own Easter eggs.
I've welded the side gear in an old Ezgo Marathon. It was a offroad cart. It was awesome and could go just about anywhere.
Now I have also mounted a lawn tractor plow on a couple carts I owned. One gas and one electric. Both carts had a cargo bed where I could fill with firewood for added weight. But I was surprised on how well they pushed snow just by adding a little weight on the back. No need for a posi rear axle. Just some good traction tires and some weight.
The electric cart worked best for this since you can just flip the switch for forward to reverse. Gas cart, as you know, would have to wait and let the engine stop to switch transaxle forward/reverse. JMO
It had some "push" so it didnt turn as sharp as a stock cart. Didn't tear up the grass like I thought it would turning around in the grass yard at the campground.
But I didn't think it was that bad, never had any issues where I rode, but I didnt have to worry about any cliff's.
Ok, I welded up the winch platform and put it on the spare axle and I welded a tow bar for the back. Nether one have been installed just waiting for better weather. We had a canopy over the cart but the last snow storm was very wet and took it down. Come on spring !!!