Golf cart for a pit ride

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8/21/2017 8:51 PM

Ok, so I've decided to get her/us a cart for our race trips. They're everywhere to be had, and judging by our trip to Lorettas, they are available in about any way you would want them. Not looking for the lifted, rolling on whatever look, just something dependable to enjoy the races with. Mainly for her, so she can take her pics and being somewhat cozy. I'm thinking gas power, and Yamaha caught my eye for obvious reasons. But open to any suggestions...... Electric around here is dirt cheap, but batteries get costly quick I've heard. Buying used, so looking for advice based on experience. Thanks in advance guys, appreciate all your advice!

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8/21/2017 9:33 PM

Look for a John deer gator much more durable

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8/21/2017 9:42 PM

I think you need this one wink

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http://www.garia.com/a-real-sports-car/

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8/22/2017 4:22 AM

I picked up a used Yamaha Concierge Gas cart a few years ago and have had great luck with it.Photo

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8/22/2017 4:33 AM

Mine is an ez-go gasser, have had it for 10 years and have no problems other than normal shit, dirty carb and stuff.

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8/22/2017 4:54 AM

I have an ezgo electric. This thing gets used almost every day and is still going strong. I did put new batteries in it when I got it 7 years ago. That part is costly but I'm pretty happy with how long they have lasted. I will probably change out 2 of them this year and then the following year just so it's not such a big hit as replaceing all at once. Gas would be nice but I'm not really disappointed going the electric route.

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8/22/2017 5:04 AM

Get a Yamaha Drive YDRA or Club Car gas. I've owned all of the 3 big names, but only still have my Drive.

Benz- Yamaha
Cadillac- Club Car
Ford- Ez-Go
Kia- Star

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8/22/2017 6:46 AM
Edited Date/Time: 8/22/2017 12:20 PM

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We put a lot of miles on this one and it holds up great. It was used and abused on a course in west Texas before we rebuilt it.

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8/22/2017 6:46 AM
Edited Date/Time: 8/22/2017 12:19 PM

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8/22/2017 8:10 AM
Edited Date/Time: 8/22/2017 8:11 AM

I've had both gas and electric. I prefer electric, will last all day long. Batteries are only like $500-600 and you can tell the age easily by looking at the post of the batteries. They'll last 5 years easily. Electric is faster than gas if any of that matters, doesn't matter to me. Bought my current 2012 ezgo for $2200 delivered to my house

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