Harold Bawlzangya Racing

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Walker 22229 Exhaust

Finally getting around to the exhaust.  There is really no room in the back of the cart to put the muffler, so it was just a matter of where it would go up front.

Using 1″ black pipe.  That should help keep things quiet and last a while.

This was going to work out to be the best location:

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Test fit engine and rear end together for the first time


Stater/generator mounting

Since I like to overbuild things, this is all made from 3/16″ steel plate:

Sandblasted, ready for paint:


Engine Mount

Some 2″ black pipe and 3/16″ two inch angle iron:

Turns into these two pieces that are ready for painting:

Then the bottom clamps:

Ready for painting:

How these fit to the engine cradle:


Two original golf carts are now free

I bought the gas G29 for $500 and the electric G29 for $80.  I sold the engine for $350 and just sold the gas rear end for $300.

The person was having a boat delivered from Georgia to Minnesota and arranged to have a stop made at the house.

I didn’t get as much for the rear end as I was hoping, but it was worth it not having to deal with trying to ship the unit.


A little more damage

In stripping the gas cart down to the frame, I found this crack in the plastic floor pan in the well that the brake/gas pedal assembly bolt to:

gasplasticpandamage

The $80 electric parts cart is getting to be a better deal as time goes on.  The plastic floor pan from the electric cart fits the gas frame just fine – all the bolt holes line up.

electricpanongas

All I will need to do is cut out the center section where the batteries would sit to make room for the gas engine.