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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 02-23-2009, 08:03 PM Thread Starter
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Golf Caddy

I built this Golf Caddy to see if I could do it. Kind of like the Center stand. It is deluxe 2 tone powder coated and mounts with only 2 screws. Anyway, I don't Golf so if anyone wants this I'll sell it for $40.00 plus shipping. Dimensions are 11" x 8 1/2" x 34" tall. Weighs about 12 lbs and I have carried 30 lbs in it.

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that's amazing! Looks like you could haul a small pet in that thing if you had some chicken wire around it.
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that's amazing! Looks like you could haul a small pet in that thing if you had some chicken wire around it.
I tried to get my wife to ride in it but she was a stick in the mud.

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Hi! what are the dimensions of your golf caddy? I need something to carry my trombones to jobs and rehearsals. This might be just the thing instead of trying to build a hitch and a small trailer!
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Hi! what are the dimensions of your golf caddy? I need something to carry my trombones to jobs and rehearsals. This might be just the thing instead of trying to build a hitch and a small trailer!
Dimensions are 11" x 8 1/2" x 34" tall.

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so do we know if we can add a side cart anyways?

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I was just thinking Don, that might make a great gun rack for the shooting range. You could probably fit a few rifels and shotguns in it.
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until you get cut off and you decide to teach that guy a thing or too..

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so do we know if we can add a side cart anyways?
Don't get me started. I'll be out building one!

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I was all set to buy it from you but unfortunately neither of my trombone cases will fit. I may try to build my own!!
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So Don - have you put your clubs in it and gone for a ride?


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So Don - have you put your clubs in it and gone for a ride?
You couldn't run fast enough to give me a set of Golf Clubs......

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