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1/4 spec. Plastic. I play in 110'F and no warping.
The real question is how much is shipping. I wonder how it would survive SD. esp in the winter, that is winter without snow. When snowing you have to carry a bag.
looks nice. here is mine. obviously cheaper to do it yourself, but not everyone has the time/inclination.

and Mark S. don't knock

'em till you try 'em :) granted there are some courses they are impractical on, but on others in the hot Texas heat for a 4 round weekend, they make a HUGE difference. not all of us have caddies,haha :)

+ I can sit on the cooler !
shipping is around 10.00
My buddy actually makes them, I am just trying to get them out there...thought a few people may like them.
Tried a cart for awhile.
Spent more time creating and fixing the cart, instead of concentrating on the 'game.'

A good light bag with quad shocks for me.
Think back 10 to 15 years. You are just paying the price now. That's why I cringe when I see those X game people. Man O man will they be in a world of hurt in 15 years!
Needs more cow bells..lol!
Asshat thats a new one! Yes I was just giving my opinion as stated. You can laugh at my 78 Chevy truck hood all you want but I can guarantee it is 10 times more durable than plastic or wood. For cripe sakes it's already been around for 31 years, and it's super light weight, lighter than plastic, lighter than wood. Plus here is something to think about...........
I drive a 92 Toyota Supra, you know tiny sports car with a really slanted hatchback. That huge rack would not fit in my car. What I have barely fits in what little backseat I have. My cart folds up with my rack, not saying his doesn't but I would bet otherwise. My cart will not fit in the hatch, nor would a rack that is as tall as the cart standing up. So where the hell would I put that. Plus I already carry 16-20 discs why would i want to carry 30+ around? And as someone else stated what happens when you tip the cart over and you will tip the cart over. Even with mine in a bag it has happened and they all go rolling down the hill.
I can attest to that statement. I won't be 34 until next month yet my knees and back are screaming 50+. I was one of those X-gamers that liked to do all his own stunts. I have had 4 broken ribs, dislocated hip, broken chins numerous times, cracked knee cap, 4 broken elbows, torn rotator cuff, 5 broken noses, numerous severe sprains in wrists and ankles, and here is the best one 7 concussions while wearing a helmet! BMX stunts are fun till 15 years later, LMAO!!!!!! Sad part is if you rolled out a bike right now and pointed me to a ramp I would still do something crazy at my current age!

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