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Hedgehog wheels for Motocaddy
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|Hedgehog wheels for Motocaddy|
Handicap : 27
Posted : Fri 28th Oct 2011 08:44
Has anyone got any of these and if so where did you get them ?
I know that Motocaddy do their own winter wheels but the course I play want the proper spikey wheels in winter.
I've also heard that the generic wheel covers don't fit properly on Motocaddy trollies.
Handicap : 13.8
Reply : Fri 28th Oct 2011 20:49
When I had a powakaddy they produced proper winter wheels, now I've changed to a Motocaddy I purchased some winter wheels but they are no where near the quality of the Powakaddy one's.
Most 'spiked' versions tend to be rubber covers you put over the top of your existing wheels & then use self tapping screws to keep them on. Have a look for 'hedgehogs'
Handicap : 12.8
Reply : Fri 28th Oct 2011 21:08
I have a motocaddy S3 and some of the spiky rubber hedgehogs. It's true they're not a snug fit, but tie-wraps do the job perfectly well for me to hold them on
Handicap : 27
Reply : Sat 29th Oct 2011 09:20
Handicap : 14
Reply : Sat 29th Oct 2011 22:01
Found some here if you're still interested.
I am trying to start a blog of golfers view pictures of regular golf courses, mail me some picures like these if you have them.
Reply : Tue 6th Dec 2011 20:08
So did you not buy ones especially made for the electric motocaddy, just slip on ones? I'm trying to get my fella some for Christmas but read so many bad things I don't know what to do for the best!
Handicap : 21.6
Reply : Tue 6th Dec 2011 20:31
Hi Donna, I don't have any so can't comment personally but have seen many golfer struggle getting the slip on ones to stay on, often reverting to clips and more recently screwing on.
I'm sure someone more knowledgable will comment but do the hedghogs specifically mention fitting on the trolley you have ?
Reply : Tue 6th Dec 2011 20:42
He doesn't have the trolley yet, I'm just looking at the bumf on the screen about it. I know hedgehogs have special ones for electric trolleys but I've also read that they are bad for electric trolleys. It's a bit confusing out there. My dad has a hill billy and he uses slip on ones as he has had them a long time and the electric ones weren't made! I was looking at winter wheels but I'm not sure they will do as I know a lot of courses specify hedgehogsThanks for your replyRegardsDonna
Handicap : 12.2
Reply : Tue 27th Dec 2011 12:50
Motocaddy releasing their own upgraded wheels in Jan 2012. Check the website.
Reply : Fri 28th Sep 2012 13:09
You can get them from www.electrictrolleys.com
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