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Old 06-09-2016, 01:55 PM   #15
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What does this have to do with Airstream? Absolutely nothing. Shall we start a thread on what type of fishing pole is best? Even if I don't fish as least it would be close to what people use their trailer for ie, camping.

Think this thread should be closed.
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Wow! Not sure if you've been around many RV parks but golf carts are used extensively in quite a few of the large ones/resorts. The OP's question is relevant to the RV lifestyle but perhaps, not your lifestyle.

Maybe cut him a break and either don't read/follow the thread or sit back and maybe learn something?
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Hi Bud, I'm not the one with the electric Club. Mine is a 2016 gas Yamaha. Dry weight without options is 562 pounds.
My apologies, but the "Yami" gas cars were always very stiff competition for us at CC. Not sure about the 16's but my guess is they are still pretty good cars. Yamaha makes a very nice gas engine. Their electrics are a bit suspect.

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Old 06-09-2016, 09:53 PM   #17
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I was excited to see the thread, we just bought one for camping last month! I for one will follow. 😊
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I was excited to see the thread, we just bought one for camping last month! I for one will follow. 😊

How do you carry/transport it?
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Old 06-10-2016, 06:51 AM   #19
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Well, that's a question I was hoping someone here could help with. I do feel it is airstream related, because it has to do with hauling while pulling an airstream. We have a Dodge Ram 2500 heavy duty, short bed. The short bed is a big issue. Hubby does not want to take the tailgate off because of the camera. So I must come up with a solution. (I wanted cart) The AS is 1987 sovereign. 27' I think. What is the opinion on a hitch extender? I'm looking in to some kind of riser to drive it up on in the truck. The cart has a lift kit so that might help. The tailgate down hits the jack. 😳
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My 2015 EZ-GO TXT weighed in at over 900 pounds. With tongue weight, fuel and gear, I don't think my F-250 can take on that type of extra weight.
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We have two golf cars...one regular Club Car and a 2/3 size Cricket, also Yamaha Vino Scooters and Pedego EV bikes. We take what is most appropriate for the camping trip. Taking the Cricket to the Lewisburg Rally. Both of our backs are out and walking is a challenge most days. Cricket weights 300 lbs. and fits perfectly in the short bed of the F-150 with the tail gate up. Old people must do what they must do to keep moving.
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Does anyone use a hitch extender?
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I was going to buy a golf cart for my bad knees, but then I went crazy and did an upgrade. 2000 pounds behind a 84 Excella 270.
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Wow! Those are both cool! We can't pull a trailer tho. 😳
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