i think you've got it wrong-- that's a motorized entertainment device, there isn't much 'golf' left in that...
huh, i always thought the point was to see how fast you could get it to bounce off the spinning blades..
The cart is in no way shape or form complete with the body work but it's presentable enough for me to take a break from body work. The paint you see is only epoxy primer/sealer to stop the rusting.
I'll start working on the LED lights soon. I need the break from fabbing so I can get caught up on spring cleaning and other misc that I have put off for 6 months.
I should note, I was in the 4th of July parade and I had the computer and amp playing all day. I plugged in the accessory battery pack a couple short times that day and by the end of the day my voltage never dropped under 12 volts.
More to come
trying a link
Last edited by Gonkulor; 08-18-2012 at 07:58 AM.
I'm in trouble with my touch screen. When I upgraded my computers power supply all was good until I plugged the monitor in. My monitor smoked on me. Since then I got a replacement circuit board but now the monitor blows a circuit breaker if I plug the monitor into my computer and also plug the power supply to 12 volts. If I do one or the other I'm fine. If I only plug in power I get the monitors "waiting for signal" message. I think I would have been better just getting a whole new touch screen, especially after spending 30 bucks on the screen protector I'll never get back. I'm thinking I might be best going with a 17 inch touch screen only because they are very cheap. What I need to know is how much for a touch screen overlay? Can I move a touch screen overlay from one monitor to another?
The only reason I wouldn't want to go with 17 inch is because it needs an inverter to be powered. Inverters are a waste of power. If I could stick with DC power that would be best.
Not sure if I have shared this vid but twice won't hurt. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KRwWT2gZF-k
Last edited by Gonkulor; 10-14-2012 at 01:37 AM. Reason: you tube