Will have to run a load test before considering spacers for the rear axle. Heavy Duty springs but 7 years old. Have to get neighbors (also a little "Heavy duty") to check-out clearance with 4 passengers! May cause tire rub on original cart flares? I agree, would give a better look.
I added additional 1" billet spacers (wheels were +1") and it does look better. It fills out the space. If I had gone 2" they would have extended past the outside edge of the fender flares just a little. I'll update advitar or post photo later.
Thanks for the suggestion Gorno.........
I'll try to capture the effect and post. Have been busy playing catch-up from Bike Rally time off and getting ready for kids and grandkids (17 total) coming in this week for the brides birthday Saturday.
By the way, I finally figured-out the stereo's line-out adjustment and that if I turn off the 48 to 12v reducer, I loose memory of my sub volume setting. Loosing other memories don't bother me since my "defaults" are okay It's a pain to re-set the line out for it is a 2 step process (one to be done with switched power "off" and one with it "on". So, I have been leaving the reducer's "on-off" switch in the "on" position. Even though the current draw is negligible, I do worry about the safety issue. Guess since the input breaker to the reducer is 10Adc (@ 50Vdc) it should be okay? Wow, the system sounds good now! With the adjustment set to 7 (out of 10), it's perfect in the front seats. In the back seat it not only sounds good, but feels good too!
We just celebrated our 17th (2nd marriage) on the 27th, then the brides birthday on the 30th. We "blew-it-out" at Greg Normans on the 27th, then had all the kids and grandkids at Logans on the 30th. (Expensive May, to say the least! I think I'll start a savings account now for next May)
Is the July 4th parade of carts at O.C. open to the public (those not staying there?)