SC Carts Customer Ford F150 Inspired Cart

Hey Guys it’s been one heck of a busy week with several builds on the go!

This is a really sweet build for one of our new customers from Alberta, this cart is being built for hitting the links and the color of it will match our customers Ford F150.

Follow along as we build this cool golf beast!

We start this build with the front end being overhauled. You can see we have added a 3" drop spindle lift kit. The entire front end has been inspected and given the green light!

We start this build with the front end being overhauled. You can see we have added a 3″ drop spindle lift kit. The entire front end has been inspected and given the green light!

Here you can see the brakes have been taken apart and cleaned and our full SC Cart inspection on the rear drivetrain has been completed.

Here you can see the brakes have been taken apart and cleaned and our full SC Cart inspection on the rear drivetrain has been completed.

Here are the freshly painted rear brake drums. We machined them so that they are smooth as silk when stopping!

Here are the freshly painted rear brake drums. We machined them so that they are smooth as silk when stopping!

Next we touched up the motor while we did an inspection on the wires and connections. Everything looks great on this Precedent!

Next we touched up the motor while we did an inspection on the wires and connections. Everything looks great on this Precedent!

We installed the rear lift blocks and then installed the front headlight kit, this should help with the late night rounds of golf!

We installed the rear lift blocks and then installed the front headlight kit, this should help with the late night rounds of golf!

With the mechanical end of things all in check it was time to install the monster 14" wheels and low profile tires! These look awesome!

With the mechanical end of things all in check it was time to install the monster 14″ wheels and low profile tires! These look awesome!

Next up we will get the body in the paint booth and get some upholstery underway.

Be sure to check back next week to see how this build progresses!

 

 

 

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