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Old 01-13-2023, 09:41 PM   #1
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Default Info on best hunting car

I sold my CC last year, but now am consider getting another 48V hunting rig. Here is a list of my priorities that I prefer.
1. Either positive traction or can be easily converted to positive traction (could not do it with my old CC)
2. Prefer car that comes with enough power/torque to handle hills in Ozarks. If none is possible, then easiest/cheapest to perform that task when you have to start upgrading components. Speed is fun, but torque is a requirement.
3. Reliability ...... I know various make/models have good years and bad years. Don't want anything that is KNOWN to be a problem/accident, just waiting to happen.
4. Descent brakes, a good thing to have in hills.
5. Comfortable ride is not a must, but sure is much appreciated. The old CC nearly beat me to death.... lol

With my limited knowledge/experience in 48V cars, it seems some Yamahas and EZ-GOs (RXV) might be my best bet. I am looking for truthful Pros and Cons for both or any other models that I may not be aware of.
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Old 08-28-2023, 12:07 AM   #2
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Default Re: Info on best hunting car

I like my 2003 CC series cart. Well it used to be series. I converted via Navitas AC package I bought from David at Revolution Carts. It has all the torque and speed that I need. Cart has a 6" lift and 23" tires. Your right about the ride. I'll swap to a LT front suspension when the budget allows and eventually an independent rear. This will be my last cart. I'm 68 so it only needs to last another 36 years. Lol.
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