Golf Cart Length Width Height – Lifted and Non Lifted

Dimensions of a Club Car Precedent, Yamaha Drive, XRT EZ-GO

Approximate sizes of a golf car with various options installed.

Golf Car in a Truck Bed

Golf Carts will fit into the bed of standard pick-up and some require the rear gate to be open. King of Carts will assist you in loading the vehicle onto the truck, please make sure that you bring straps so we can secure your vehicle upon pickup. We always have loading ramps that we can load the vehicle for you. But you will need to pick up a set so you can unload when you get home.

Golf Car on a Trailer

A golf cart will fit in a 5 X 10 utility trailer without any problems, no matter if it is lifted or has a rear seat on the back.

Golf Car Transporting

When loading a golf cart on a truck bed or on a trailer you should follow these steps. Face the golf cart in the direction of the hauling vehicle, flip the windshield down and fasten a sting around the windshield. If you have to load the vehicle backwards, remove the windshield and secure the front seat bottom so it does no fly off.


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Club Car Precedent Dimensions

(Length 91”, Width 48”, Height 69”)

Club Car Precedent with Back Seat

(Length 104”, Width 48”, Height 69”)

6 Inch Lifted Precedent

(Length 91”, Width 48”, Height 77”)

6 Inch Lifted Precedent t with Back Seat

(Length 108”, Width 48”, Height 77”)

 

What are the dimensions of a Club Car XRT 850 SE 950?

XRT 850 SE 6 Passenger Limo

(Length 144”, Width 48”, Height 77”)

 

XRT 950 4×4 or 4×2

(Length 103”, Width 54”, Height 76”)

 

Yamaha

What are the dimensions of a Yamaha Golf Cart?

Yamaha Drive Golf Car

(Length 91”, Width 44”, Height 70”)

 

Yamaha Drive Golf Car with Back Seat

(Length 108”, Width 44”, Height 70”)

 

6” Lifted Yamaha Drive Golf Car

(Length 91”, Width 44”, Height 76”)

 

6” Lifted Yamaha Drive Golf Car with Back Seat

(Length 108”, Width 44”, Height 76”)

 

Before you trailer your golf cart it is always a good precaution to check the grease in the wheel bearings before you haul. No or low grease in the wheel bearings is a major cause of trailer failure.

 

 

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