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Sun Mountain Speed Cart





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Review Date
April 23, 2012

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Reviewed by: Gary Deabler ,  Shoots in the 70s

Model Reviewed:
V1/Foam Blue

Summary:
The V1 Golf cart is great. The problem lies with the shipping and the company. they wait 6 days to ship. Then when it arrives 5 days later, there is no packing inside. Nothing to protect it.


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Review Date
April 12, 2011

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 5 of 5

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Reviewed by: blairgolf511 ,  Shoots in the 80s

Model Reviewed:
Sun Mountain V1

Summary:
I have spent a considerable amount of time comparing this cart and the Cliqgear. My preference is the Cliqgear but my real point is to pay careful attention to reviews you read, they may be unintentionally inaccurate. The review before mine stated that one concern was that the tires were slowly leaking air. The tires are foam and are incapable of leaking air as there is no air in them! They are foam. So, I think it is important to do some research on the facts first and then read some reviews so you know what is factual vs. opinion.

Customer Service:
I have no idea

Similar Products Used:
cliqgear 3.0


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Review Date
June 28, 2010

Overall Rating
 5 of 5

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Reviewed by: rtcorke ,  Shoots in the 90s

Model Reviewed:
Sun Mountain Speed Cart

Summary:
Rather heavy to lift but so easy to roll along, pneumatic tyres (no punctures after 3 yrs) and ball bearing axles make electric trucks seem unnecessary to me. In the time I've had it one starter wasn't happy to let me on the course (when did you last see "wide wheeled trollies only"?) but I reckon if it's very boggy (never, on our links course) it's better to carry anyway, and surely the narrow tyres do less damage in the semi or rough than wide wheels. Just one gripe - American chrome isn't terribly rust-proof - stainless steel hubs would be nice.


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Review Date
May 25, 2010

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 3 of 5

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Reviewed by: william Adams ,  Shoots in the 80s

Model Reviewed:
v1

Summary:
Nice cart. Rolls easily: a little bulky. Tires lose air slowly and sort of a pain to be honest. Brake cable came apart at the brake lever and can't seem to find anyone, including the distributors who seem at all interested in helping me. Was considering the motor version, but now doubt that Sun Mountain's service well have that happen.


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Review Date
November 16, 2009

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 2 of 5

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Reviewed by: Emo ,  Shoots in the 80s

Model Reviewed:
09 speed cart v1

Summary:
PROS: Nice cart. Rolls nicely. Reasonable space in flip tray for your cell and wallet or GPS. CONS: The braking system is a poor design unlike the Sun Mountain Micro Cart. Still very bulky. Screws started to fall out and get lost. Tips back very easily where the handle slams the ground first.

Customer Service:
never tried.


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