Here we go with the completion of this awesome cart. We are extremely please with how well it turned out!
Here is the assembled headlight in it’s color coded housing.
We have now installed the body on to the frame, the color is just awesome.
Another shot of the cart, here you can see the rear light cutouts.
Here are the rear light housings installed, again the color coded lights really give it a clean factory look.
We added the light switch to the main panel, this keeps everything in one place.
Here is the main panel from the backside with the wiring neatly ran.
Here are the headlights installed, again the color coded housings really make it look factory. Also notice the mesh grill. We find the plastic e-z-go front’s always seem to be damaged, so we built a mesh grill to give it a different look.
We have started riveting the main body back on.
Notice that we went with large headed rivets, this provides more surface area to ensure the body stays secured.
Here we are installing the side rocker panels.
Next we installed the stainless steel sills.
Front light test!
Rear light test!
We re installed the bag well protector and the bumper. That buttons up the rear of the cart.
Now that we got the mesh grill all final fitted it was time to remove it and black it out. Here it is re installed.
A close up shot of the grill.
Here’s an angle shot of the grill, it disappears into the underside of the cart, exactly what we were going for.
Next it was onto the rear seat kit installation.
We always layout all of our parts to get a handle on the project.
We also layout the hardware bags so we know what we are working with.
With everything laid out properly we installed the rear footrest and seat supports.
Next it we installed the backrest/seat support brackets.
It was then time to add the folding seat portion.
We gave the folding seat a test, and everything worked perfectly.
From there it was time to attach the rear seat brackets to the new seat.
We could then install the seat backrest and the seat bottom. The color combination couldn’t be any better!
With the rear seat kit installed it was time to install the front seats, now it’s starting to look like a cart.
We then installed the front roof support and fastened the rear roof supports.
Remember our customer requested that this cart be for their resort property and for golf, so we added the rear bag carrier. Just like that it is now a great multipurpose machine.
Here it is with the roof and windscreen installed and all finished up.
This cart turned out awesome, just a super clean factory looking cart!
With some of our followers suggesting this cart would be awesome with rims, we decided to install some a take some photo’s.
The rims really set this cart off!
This is a 12″ wheel and tire package.
Here is a final picture of the cart, a perfectly suiting photo to end this build!
Thanks for following along! If you haven’t seen part one of this build you have to check it out HERE Part 1