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Thread: Motors on Pier carts?

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    Someone actually had one last night at Fairhope pier. Don't know the guy, bu he said he used the Power Wheels method, I told him to get on this forum and talk about it.

    Ran the wires to a squeeze-trigger type controller, attached to the pull handle. Looked like a very basic setup.
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    If I remember correctly from a number of years back a guy at Navarre had a motorized cart
    I think he and his wife (ex wife) owned a Golden Corral Restaurant
    Anyone know who that may be?

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    I know I'm late to the party, but better late than never.
    Y'all check this Facebook group out, they've some killer motorized carts and lots more.
    https://www.facebook.com/groups/6645...432/?ref=share
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    Die if you must, but die on your home turf with your face to the wind, not in some stinking hellhole 2,000 kilometers away, among people you neither know nor care about.

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    Could always use this Ice Auger Cart and hook a fish cart trailer to it.........

    https://www.iceaugermachines.com/about

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    Quote Originally Posted by MattFish68 View Post
    Could always use this Ice Auger Cart and hook a fish cart trailer to it.........

    https://www.iceaugermachines.com/about
    An electric auger drive would be more popular on most piers than a gas or propane auger.

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    Jiffy makes electric motor auger assemblies but I do not know if they would have the stamina to hold a charge all day. As for torque they are golden tho and would make a good pier cart motor. But at what $$?

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