- Feb 3, 2008
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- Central Texas
Beefy":3eiaaz58 said:when i took an interest in the cows and took over checking on them as my duty when i was about 9 i had a golf cart that i used to do that. it was a three wheeled golf cart and consequently pretty bumpy! the batteries (it had 6) didnt last very long, maybe a couple of days if i didnt use it much. it didnt go fast at all, and wouldnt even make it to the very back of the farm a lot of times without giving out of juice. and i got it stuck a lot.
it was good and safe for me starting out as a kid (although i ran it into the pond) but i would much rather have a four-wheeler or other type atv for doing any work. you can go fast OR slow on those and golf carts just arent for workloads.
my honda 300 fourwheeler is a 91 model and i cant complain. had very few issues with it.
What is it all about these days when you have boys and teenage boys then add 4 wheelers, golf carts, gators, tractors and such to the mix, sooner or later pond water is going to be involved? :help: :???: