View Full Version : Loading a golf cart

08-18-2016, 08:27 PM
Does anyone here haul a golf car in their garage? If so, will a standard golf car make it in the garage of the road warrior without dragging as you load or does a golf car need to have a lift kit so it can make it up the ramp?

08-18-2016, 08:59 PM
My golf cart has a lift kit, but if it were an issue, you could raise the front of the RV up high just for load - unload.

08-18-2016, 09:10 PM
A reg cart fits in mine fine...never dragged a belly...my ducati does touch a lil depending on grade..and I guess if nose is REAL LOW (like landing jacks bottomed out) it might be a problem..but I've never loaded like that....

So I say reg height cart is good to go!

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08-18-2016, 09:18 PM
Oh and if you lift it AND put bigger tires/wheels, then you will have issues of the top hitting bottom bunk. I had to have my top made removeable to fit my cart in.....but I'll take the improved shocks/and clearance any day...I'm not golfing....I'm cruizing the camp ground and taking trash to the dump...

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08-19-2016, 06:57 AM
Standard EZGO two seat electric cart, no problems hitting.

When I aded the rear folding seat I had a problem occasionally with the added on floorboard bottoming out.
I ended up raising the floor board to make it even with the well and solved that problem.

Imagine if this thread was in a golf cart sub section

08-19-2016, 12:09 PM
47199 Here is the Golfer that I am looking at. It looked kinda low to me to get in that toy hauler without bottoming out in the rear

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it won't let me straighten up the pic but here is a pic of the rear of it. 47200

08-19-2016, 05:16 PM
When we had a RW390 the '07 Club Car went in / out of the garage fine. We did not have a lift kit.