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7 hours ago, Schultzz said:

The MGI Zip Naviagator All Terrain is definately the way to go. It has excellent control with the remote and the battery life is better than others. I know in Australia lots of people have this buggy and love it.

They can be purchased in Australia from Hillside Golf Buggies

Are you by any chance an employee or owner of Hillside?  I ask because of the photo in your profile.  

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On 8/25/2020 at 1:24 PM, Don M said:

Do the Alphard or the MGI Zip Navigator have easy disconnect to let the wheels free-wheel?  In AZ in the winter, I connect the handle of my push cart to the rear rack on my bicycle, and I pedal to the course with my cart trailing behind me.  I'd love to get a remote electric cart, so the freewheel setting & convenience is important.

If you turn off the power to the Alphard EWheels, it is in free wheel mode. 

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Cart :Clicgear: model 8 with Alphard E Wheels

All clubs standard length/lie

Driver: :ping-small: G400 LST  8.5 Alta 55 stiff

3 wood: :ping-small: G400 13.5 Alta 65 stiff

3 hybrid: :ping-small: G400 19 Alta 70 stiff

Irons 4-GW: :callaway-small: Apex UST Recoil 65 stiff 

Wedges: :callaway-small: Apex pw 45.7, gw 50.11  :titelist-small: Vokey SM 6’s sw 56.8, lob 62.8)

Putter: :odyssey-small: O-Works Red Versa #7S slant neck

Ball: :bridgestone-small: Tour B XS and E12 Speed

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On 9/1/2020 at 7:47 PM, Gopokes14 said:

If you turn off the power to the Alphard EWheels, it is in free wheel mode. 

Yes, cart rolls just like a regular push cart.

Cart :Clicgear: model 8 with Alphard E Wheels

All clubs standard length/lie

Driver: :ping-small: G400 LST  8.5 Alta 55 stiff

3 wood: :ping-small: G400 13.5 Alta 65 stiff

3 hybrid: :ping-small: G400 19 Alta 70 stiff

Irons 4-GW: :callaway-small: Apex UST Recoil 65 stiff 

Wedges: :callaway-small: Apex pw 45.7, gw 50.11  :titelist-small: Vokey SM 6’s sw 56.8, lob 62.8)

Putter: :odyssey-small: O-Works Red Versa #7S slant neck

Ball: :bridgestone-small: Tour B XS and E12 Speed

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