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Old 11-20-2020, 01:03 AM   #1
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Default Hunting cart warning

I use my cart to hunt and to also seed and fertilize my plots. The last couple of days I have been upgrading my cart with a new motor and solenoid. I decided it would be much easier to do with the rear body off.
Boy, was I ever wrong. Every bolt, nut and washer were corroded by the fertilizer. I had to cut, drill, or beat the crap out of every connection. Turned 1 hour of work into 8 hours. In the future I will make a shield to keep the fertilizer away from cart.
Cart is an '03 Club Car. Hope to get the body back on this afternoon and hit the trails.
Good hunting.
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Old 11-20-2020, 07:54 AM   #2
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Default Re: Hunting cart warning

Yep, fertilizer. That stuff is nasty. It will eat spreaders too if you don't rinse them and treat them. I usually wash my equipment with normal dish soap and hot water, then I treat all the metal with Fluid Film. Been using that stuff for years on snowplows and undercarriages. Works great for anything that sees corrosion, even aluminum. It's a little messy when you have to "work on" the areas that have been sprayed. But it's non toxic and washes off with soap and water. It's Lanolin/Woolwax based. You can actually use it to soften your callused hands. An ounce of you know the rest right?
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