FAT BOYS GOLF CARTS 10445 Old Atlanta Hwy. Covington, GA 30014 GOLF CART RECONDITIONING PROCESS
Starting with a Stock Golf Cart <ul><li>2004 E-Z-GO PDS </li></ul>
We remove the body <ul><li>Removing the body exposes the chasis and in this case the batteries and the entire electrical s...
System Inspection <ul><li>Whether it be an electric cart or gas cart, the entire system is gone through.  </li></ul>
Electric Cart Inspection <ul><li>The batteries are load tested and cleaned. The electrical system on the cart, which inclu...
Gas Cart Inspection <ul><li>All belts and moving parts are inspected for wear and replaced if necessary. Also all fluids a...
Further Inspection <ul><li>After the initial inspection is completed the cart is raised and pressure washed to check for a...
Final Inspection <ul><li>After the cart is inspected, washed, painted and re-inspected. It is brought inside the shop for ...
Prepping to Build <ul><li>The batteries are put back in the cart, if good, replaced if necessary or the motor is cleaned a...
Building the Cart <ul><li>In this case the cart is receiving a painted body. The body is put on and all plastic pieces and...
Completion <ul><li>Upon completion the cart is inspected once more to insure that all steps were taken to put out the best...
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Fat Boys Golf Cart Reconditioning

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Fat Boys Golf Carts in Covington, Georgia demonstrates the thorough process the company uses to recondition a golf cart. Once complete, the golf cart is in a like-new condition and ready for years of enjoyment.

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Fat Boys Golf Cart Reconditioning

  1. 1. FAT BOYS GOLF CARTS 10445 Old Atlanta Hwy. Covington, GA 30014 GOLF CART RECONDITIONING PROCESS
  2. 2. Starting with a Stock Golf Cart <ul><li>2004 E-Z-GO PDS </li></ul>
  3. 3. We remove the body <ul><li>Removing the body exposes the chasis and in this case the batteries and the entire electrical system. </li></ul>
  4. 4. System Inspection <ul><li>Whether it be an electric cart or gas cart, the entire system is gone through. </li></ul>
  5. 5. Electric Cart Inspection <ul><li>The batteries are load tested and cleaned. The electrical system on the cart, which includes cables, microswitches, motor, solenoid and controller is tested and inspected for excess wear or damaged and is replaced if necessary. </li></ul>
  6. 6. Gas Cart Inspection <ul><li>All belts and moving parts are inspected for wear and replaced if necessary. Also all fluids and filters are changed. We also readjust the valves and replace the spark plugs to insure proper operation of the cart. </li></ul>
  7. 7. Further Inspection <ul><li>After the initial inspection is completed the cart is raised and pressure washed to check for any structural damage or rust. If any is present the part is either repaired or replaced. The entire chasis is then repainted. </li></ul>
  8. 8. Final Inspection <ul><li>After the cart is inspected, washed, painted and re-inspected. It is brought inside the shop for a final inspection to insure it is ready to be built. </li></ul>
  9. 9. Prepping to Build <ul><li>The batteries are put back in the cart, if good, replaced if necessary or the motor is cleaned and serviced. </li></ul>
  10. 10. Building the Cart <ul><li>In this case the cart is receiving a painted body. The body is put on and all plastic pieces and replaced if necessary. </li></ul>
  11. 11. Completion <ul><li>Upon completion the cart is inspected once more to insure that all steps were taken to put out the best product possible. </li></ul>

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