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7 Ideas for Customising Your Golf Cart June 01, 2017 - Posted in:

We think nothing of spending time and money personalising our homes, cars, and outfits to match our personality and style – so why are we so frequently happy to leave our golf carts as is? No more bland and boring on the golf course, folks. Here are just a few ways that you can pimp out your golf cart and make it look amazing – and also give yourself a better experience on the course.

Sound system

Taking some great tunes along can really improve your day. You can buy sound systems to suit any budget and cart, from simple Bluetooth speakers that connect wirelessly with a mobile phone to wired MP3 kits with their own console. Remember to ensure that any exposed electrical items are waterproof.

A paint job

A golf cart straight out of the factory is a fairly unexciting object. There are limited colour options, often consisting primarily of ‘white’ and ‘black’. Getting a custom paint job for your golf cart can give it the perfect splash of pizazz. If you want a single colour, look for someone who spray-paints cars. However, if you’re looking for something a bit fancier, we’d recommend looking for a custom vehicle airbrush artist or a car sign writer. Our mates at FiveThree Designs on the Gold Coast are known for blinging out golf carts and boats. They can create a unique work of art just for you.

Fancy rims

Just like cars, golf buggies can be fitted with wheel rims that are both functional and incredibly good-looking. And this is where Industrial Wheels and Castors can work with you to come up with some fantastic options – just let us know the make and model of your cart, and we’ll figure out exactly what you need.

New top

Depending on the make and model of your golf cart, there’s a good chance that you’ll be able to buy a custom-made top (or cowl). You can be protected from the sun while ensuring that your top doesn’t detract from the beauty of the new paint job.

Lift the suspension

Add a rugged SUV-style look to your golf cart by lifting the suspension. This isn’t just a matter of looks, though – lifting the suspension can give you a smoother and more comfortable ride over more rugged terrain. Handy for those true links courses!

Upgrade the speed controller

Make a golf buggy go faster and accelerate better with a simple speed controller upgrade. This works well with a suspension lift, because the extra power ensures that the cart handles hills and rough terrain more easily.

Seats and covers

Customise the seats on your golf cart to provide a more comfortable ride; or just add new seat covers to give your existing seats a new lease on life. You could match colours with the body paint, or contrast with it to really grab the eye.

Useful links

Are you enthused about modifying your golf cart to match your needs and your personality? Here are some sites that might help you take the next steps:

All Coast Golf Cars and Superior Custom Carts have a wide selection of accessories that you can use to pimp your golf ride.

Kip Art Signs offer custom air-brushed designs, and FiveThree Designs print vinyl wraps for use on a range of vehicles.

Golf Cart Accessories in Melbourne can create custom seat covers in a range of designs.

Need help?

Industrial Wheels and Castors has a huge range of tyres for Golf Carts and ATV’s. We can help you find the perfect solution; just contact us with your requirements.

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