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  • Monster Energy Golf Cart

    Started out as a 1979 Ezgo shuttle, $2900 later it looks a little better. We did all the work in my buddys garage. Still working on getting the dash finished with a radio & speakers.
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  • #2
    Man that thing is a Monster, I had never seen that body style, Very cool !!

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    • #3
      Whoa! I love it man great job!

      I have a wrecker I built out of one. EZGO 950 series.
      What did you use to lift it? Did you build the lift yourself? I want to lift mine also.
      I have the manual if you send me your e-mail I'll send it to u.

      andyfisher@bellsouth.net


      Last edited by andy4639; August 22, 2012, 11:09 AM.
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      I'm here to help!
      There is no substitute for Voltage!

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      • #4
        Thats a badass cart. The guys on American restoration have one all built up like yours.

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        • #5
          Posted earlier by andy4639 View Post
          Whoa! I love it man great job!

          I have a wrecker I built out of one. EZGO 950 series.
          What did you use to lift it? Did you build the lift yourself? I want to lift mine also.
          I have the manual if you send me your e-mail I'll send it to u.

          andyfisher@bellsouth.net


          Yes my friends & I built it. We used Square Tubbing for the lift & had to modify the steering a bit. It's kinda a rough ride but the tires help alot. I will send my email, I would love to have the manual, thanks!

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          • #6
            Yea I had to put a whole steering in mine. When I got it they had thrown all of it away. I used a TXT steering ram. Had to move the pitman arm over to the other side for it to work.
            Could u take some pictures of the lift for me and let me get some idea of how to do it please.


            I sent u the manual. It's a PDF file. U can print it off.
            sigpic
            I'm here to help!
            There is no substitute for Voltage!

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            • #7
              YES! So much win!
              Regards,
              Michael Eddie
              Emails:

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              • #8
                Here are some updated pics!
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                • #9
                  That is killer, but i only have 1 suggestion. that is to put some wheel spacers on it

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                  • #10
                    I have considered that but will it weaken the axles or hubs? Sometimes we have 8 people on it & pulling a race car. I just want to be sure it will support the weight with the spacers?

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                    • #11
                      just make sure they are billet aluminum and dont buy cheap ones. i have them on my cart and do alot of offroading. i also used to use them on my lowriders with hydraulics, needless to say they took a pounding

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