Sunday, June 9, 2013

Flat Beds on Golf Carts are Multi-purpose Vehicles

Turn Any Golf Cart into a Maintenance Car

Convert a golf car into a maintenance car by putting a flatbed on the back of the golf cart.  

The Golf Car Connection often converts a golfer's car into a maintenance car by removing the sweater basket and golf bag straps then adding a framed flatbed on the back. 

We recommend that the steel frame be fabricated with 2” angle 1/8” thick steel.  The side rails should be 1 ½” angle 1/8” thick.  The base of the flatbed should be ¾” exterior plywood.  The maximum load on the flat bed should not exceed 150 lbs.  The flat bed could support more than 150 lbs., but it is recommended to keep the weight below that so as not to ruin the golf cart frame and tires over an extended period of heavy loads. We offer specialized utility vehicles for heavier loads. Check back for our post about industrial and utility vehicles.
Yamaha Flatbed Golf Cart

Do you want the best of all worlds? You can order a special rear seat kit to add to a 2-seat  golf cart. This will give you a 4-seat golf cart with the ability to fold down the rear seat to make a multipurpose golf cart with a flatbed. Now your 4-seater instantly becomes a utility car for maintenance, landscaping, luggage toting and countless other applications.

Flatbed golf carts are available with gas and electric carts. Discuss your application with a specialist at The Golf Car Connection in Pompano Beach, FL so that you can achieve your maintenance objectives safely and efficiently. Call 954-946-8008 today or visit The Golf Car Connection at

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