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Old 11-04-2022, 09:03 PM   #1
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I have been cleaning up around my shop. Clutter from me buying junked out golf carts over the last several years. It adds up fast. Got to keep my shop tidy
I removed everything off a 1996 ezgo gas medalist cart this year so I had this frame that was in my way. Frame is still in good shape so I didn't want to throw it away .
I had this large pine tree stump sitting close so I manually moved the frame over to it . May be how I hurt my back lol
I started picking up other things that was also in my way so I bolted those to the cart. Nothing welded to frame.
I am sure people who drive by think I have lost it and they could be correct
Stump is almost hidden now. Will be when I am finished picking up things.
This is also a place I had a dump truck load of Crusher Run gravel dumped 35 years ago.
When I left the shop in 1996 to work for our city golf course there was a small pine tree that had started to grow right in the middle of the gravel.
Now, no tree but still got the Crusher Run gravel plus I replanted a 1996 ezgo medalist frame
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Old 11-05-2022, 02:48 AM   #2
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Just ignore Trig's mumbling. He has finally lost his spark, just like a pre MCI igniter. Not even an HEI module can bring him back from this
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Nice piece of garden art though ! I just hope that chain is not welded to it?
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Old 11-05-2022, 11:16 PM   #4
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Just ignore Trig's mumbling. He has finally lost his spark, just like a pre MCI igniter. Not even an HEI module can bring him back from this
I need a shock from one of those HEI's to get me back going.

I got more old mowers I have been tearing down getting ready to haul to scrap so I just had to get wheels that matched
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What is it a old cushmen 3 wheeler?
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Old 11-09-2022, 09:28 PM   #6
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What is it a old cushmen 3 wheeler?
No, the frame came from a 1995 ezgo Medalist with the 295 engine. I just couldn't throw the frame away plus my stump needed company
I put an American flag on it yesterday .
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Because tomorrow is veterans day I put a flag on it .
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