I dont remember posting about my latest build so here it is this cart I've been working on and off since last year in my spare time. It started as a plain green 2004 EZGO electric golf cart and is being transformed into a stretched 4 seater limo off roading beast. The 36 volt electric parts were all gutted and the frame was cut in half, stretched the factory 28", new seat pod, flooring, cable extensions and everything else needed to complete the stretch. I fabricated mounts to install a yamaha G2 gas rear end and new 13hp honda clone engine. I welded the rear end, made a snorkel intake, and custom exhaust headers. I also made the rear clays basket, front pod seat back support brackets, and grab bar for the rear passengers. I built a cage for it, front brush guard with off road lights, clays basket, rear tube bumper with built in trailer hitch, roof rack etc.
Did more work to the limo recently. I built a roof rack and made it street legal. I finally got around to wiring in the turn signals, head/tail lights, off road lights, horn, 12 volt outlet for the gps, and fabricated brackets to install the mirror on the cage and 4 seat belts. The limo rides awesome over rough terrain, the extra long chassis handles great and absorbs bumps off road. I plan to add front disc brakes soon and maybe a LT front end later.
This is our new bolt on cage design that I've been working to create. It looks identical to our welded 1 piece cages, but will fit in a box and ship anywhere in the US through Fedex. Also seen here is our rear seat kit...and me.
Thanks HRC! They will approx be only $240 and we plan to make them available for Club Car, EZGO, and Yamaha. We will be making a sunbrella bimini top that could go with them. This is the prototype cage I've been working on creating the design and fabrication. Today was product testing...it did great and looks awesome! We'll start production soon and also be adding new products!
Alright will do! Pictures dont do the products justice...they looks so great in person and the quality is supreme. It's getting them out there to dealers that is a challenge and the economy has put everyone on a budget. We realize that and are working very creatively to make our upscale accessories more available to everybody with great low prices and even delivery options.
Thanks slim. That's the off roading buggy I built for myself. We take it to the OHV parks and it is also street legal. I recently installed front disc brakes which really help make it safe going down the steep trails. Just a fun cart to ride the mountains and have a good time. I'm currently building 12 of these for a company and have a few other cart builds going on right now. The frames certainly hold up well. I've tested mine very thoroughly.