Club Car Carryall 2 – Twin Work Cart build

Checkout this cool two cart build. We have a great customer who is contracted by the government to maintain several provincial parks in the Okanagan valley located in British Columbia, Canada. He has ordered two SC Carts work golf carts, with dumping boxes and custom roll bars for this application. Follow along as we get these two great carts ready for spring delivery.

We are starting out with 2003 Carryall 2 carts that were used in a resort fleet. You can see 3 carts in the photo's however we will only be building two for this customer.

We are starting out with 2003 Club Car Carryall 2 carts that were used in a resort fleet. You can see 3 carts in the photo however we will only be building two for this customer.

Here is a closer view of how the carts arrived to us. We now begin the process of disassembling the cart and taking notes of the new parts that need to be ordered and installed.

Here is a closer view of how the carts arrived to us. We now begin the process of disassembling the cart and taking notes of the new parts that need to be ordered and installed.

With these carts being used in off road applications and varying terrains, we have gone ahead and designed a custom roll cage to protect the occupants in case of a roll over. We also incorporated a roof and windshield into the design of the roll cage, this will help keep the occupants out of the elements. Here you can see that we have started bending up one of the roll bar hoops, we will need to do this procedure 4 more times.

With these carts being used in off road applications and varying terrains, we have gone ahead and designed a custom roll cage to protect the occupants in case of a roll over. We also incorporated a roof and windshield into the design of the roll cage, this will help keep the occupants out of the elements. Here you can see that we have started bending up one of the roll bar hoops.

With the first bend complete we want to test fit the tube to ensure that it matches our computer designed part. We are very happy with the results.

With the first bend complete we want to test fit the tube to ensure that it matches our computer designed part. We are very happy with the results.

Now that the first bend is complete and matches our computer design we are able to move onto the second bend. It is critical that this bend is correct or the roll bar won't line up for the the final bend and this part will be scrap.

Now that the first bend is complete and matches our computer design we are able to move onto the second bend. It is critical that this bend is correct or the roll bar won’t line up for the the final bend and this part will be scrap.

After testing the second bend we were able to move onto the third bend which is also very important for the complete alignment of the roll bar.

After testing the second bend we were able to move onto the third bend which is also very important for the complete alignment of the roll bar.

Now that we have everything bent up properly we are able to clamp it in place and do a final check for fitment. It looks great.

Now that we have everything bent up properly we are able to clamp it in place and do a final check for fitment. It looks great.

With everything fitting properly we bent up the second roll bar hoop. The second hoop went very quickly now that we knew everything from the computer design was correct.

With everything fitting properly we bent up the second roll bar hoop. The second hoop went very quickly now that we knew everything from the computer design was correct.

Here is a photo from the rear of the cart. This cart is taking on more of a side x side atv look, and that is really what we were going for.

Here is a photo from the rear of the cart. This cart is taking on more of a side x side atv look, and that is really what we were going for.

Here is a view from the front. Now that we have the roll bar hoop design completed we can build these hoops in the future without having to go through this process again.

Here is a view from the front. Now that we have the roll bar hoop design completed we can build these hoops in the future without having to go through this process again.

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