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Club Car’s Carryall® Utility Vehicles Win Rental Editor’s Choice Award


By Abbie Randel - November 7, 2016

Club Car’s Carryall® Utility Vehicles Win Rental Editor’s Choice Award
It’s great to earn recognition for your product line from a strategic market. And even better when the people who use the product play an important role in that recognition.
That’s the story for Club Car’s rental-ready Carryall® utility vehicles.
Rental, a nationally recognized magazine serving equipment rental professionals for 38 years, has selected the Carryall product line as a recipient of one of its 2016 Editor’s Choice Awards.
 
Audience engagement was important
The Rental editors use several factors in their award decision, including innovation and utility for the rental market. But audience engagement is equally important. The winning products received the most interest from end-users and rental professionals on the ForConstructioPros.com website over a 12-month period.
“Products chosen for this honor are those that construction professionals have shown active interest in, so it follows they’ll be looking for them at their preferred rental source,” said Jenny Lescohier, editor of Rental.
“This is an important recognition for our Carryall utility vehicles,” said Mary Sicard, Resorts & Rental marketing leader, “and an honor for the entire Club Car team.”

Strategic growth vertical
“Rental is one of our strategic growth verticals,” she said. “And one of our industrial rental companies is our largest customer.”
“That the recognition is linked to a construction-oriented website makes the award even more significant,” Mary continued. “One of our major competitors offers recreation vehicles to this market. Carryall utility vehicles are built for real work, and the interest shown by construction companies bears out the success the vehicles have enjoyed.”

Meeting the needs of rental houses and contractors
“We have worked very hard to create vehicles and support services that meet the demanding needs of rental houses and contractors,” said Jeff Miller, strategic accounts and custom solutions leader. “We are honored that a leading industry publication like Rental has recognized our success.”
Both the two-passenger Carryall 1500 and four-passenger Carryall 1700 utility vehicles are built on long-lasting rustproof aluminum frames. They are engineered for extreme conditions and for top-down serviceability. The products are backed by the industry’s only dedicated rental support team.
 
 
 
 
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Looking to Make a New Statement?

Exciting Model Changes for Club Car's 2017 Line-Up

By Abbie Randel - September 15, 2016

Some exciting new changes and upgrades have been added to Club Car's already outstanding golf cars. New colors, new seats, new lift kits, wheels and 4 passenger kits!

In addition to Club Car standard molded in colors of Beige, White, Green, Black, and Cayenne - Sangria, Mocha, Cashmere, Platinum and Sapphire have been introduced. Premium metallic paint colors of Candy Apple Red, Mocha, Platinum and Sapphire are now available. Check our inventory pages for pictures of these cars as we have them available. New cars are being added daily.

Premium bucket seats were introduced in late 2016 in 3 colors: Off-White, Beige and Camello. Since these have been such a huge success, club Car has introduced two-tone versions of these seats in 2017: Beige & Off White, Camello & Light Beige as well as Camello & Off White. Check our new car inventory pages for pictures of these incredibly comfortable seats.

The new lift kits offered are a 4" lift kit, rather than the traditional 6" lift seen most often making this a great solution for families with small children and those unable to climb into a higher car. Club Car has also introduced 2 new option for custom wheels and tires that fit perfectly with these 4" lift kits. 

The new four passenger fold down rear seat offers all the safety and options at a more economical price. Be sure to check out the inventory pages for pictures!

 
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Why Use Distilled Water?

Deep Cycle Battery Maintenance

By Abbie Randel - July 27, 2016

There are several important steps to properly maintaining your deep cycle batteries. You obviously know they are a financial investment, so why not take proper care of them to get the most life as possible. All steps of battery maintenance are critical and none of them should be over looked. One of the simplest choices to make is using distilled water to fill your batteries.

The electrolyte in a flooded deep cycle battery is a solution of acid and water. Using distilled or deionized water is recommend because it is free from additional minerals you would find in water such as regular tap water. Adding chemicals and minerals can significantly decrease the life of batteries. Distilled water should be the only things you ever replenish in your deep cycle batteries. Never add additional acid or electrolyte solution, this can also diminish the battery life. Distilled water can be purchased at any grocery store and is very inexpensive. Here at Colorado Golf & Turf, we offer free distilled water - just bring your own container!  A clean squeezable sports water bottle works great or battery fill bottles can be purchased at a local auto parts store, or right here in our parts department.

Here are a few additional tips on battery maintenance.
1. Clean your Battery First
  • Alaways wear safety glasses and rubber gloves when working with batteries
  • Make sure the battery caps are on tightly
  • Use a solution of baking soda and water (1 cup baking soda per gallon of water)
  • Rinse solution off of battery terminals - do not allow this solution to enter the battery
2. Check the Electrolyte Level of Each Battery (every one to two weeks)
  • Batteries should always be filled AFTER a full charge, UNLESS they are 'dry' and the plates are exposed.  In that case, fill with just enough water to reach the top of the plates, this is considered the minimum level of water.
  • Once the batteries have a full charge, check and add water if needed
  • Only add water if necessary - the water level should be 1/8″ below the bottom of the fill well
.Fill the Batteries
  • Use only distilled water - for the reasons above.
  • Add water until the electrolyte level is 1/8″ below the bottom of the fill well
  • Do NOT overfill batteries. Overfilling batteries and then charging can cause the batteries to bubble over and spill the electrolyte solution. Not only is this messy, it can be harmful if this solution is not properly rinsed from the skin. 
4. Replace the Battery Caps
  • Clean up any spills around the battery cells
  • Be sure not to allow any additional debris to enter the battery
  • Replace the battery caps back onto the batteries


Battery Watering Systems or Single Point Watering Systems (SPWS) can also be purchased to simplify this process.  They are a series of tubes connected to each battery with a single pump which is placed into a container of distilled water and pumped into each battery simultaneously and will stop pumping when batteries are at the proper level above the plates.


 
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Spring Aerification is Almost Here - Order your tines today!


By Abbie Randel - March 3, 2016

Order now and don’t pay until they ship to you.
 
We have aerification tines that will fit most conventional and deep tine aerifiers:
  • John Deere
  • Toro
  • Ryan (Jacobsen)
  • Redexim
  • Wiedenmann
  • Aerway
 
Place your order by March 15 to have your tines in time for aerifcation.
 
**Bed Knives available too
 

Place your order in store, over the phone, fax or email.
11757 S. Wadsworth Blvd    Littleton, Co 80125
Phone 303-761-3332
Fax: 720-981-7143
Email: Bobby@cologolfandturf.com or icm@cologolfandturf.com
www.cologolfandturf.com
 
 

Does your Golf Cart Need a Face Lift?

Go Big or Start Small - here is how to do it all

By Abbie Randel - February 4, 2016

Whether you are a do-it-yourself kind of person or the do-it-for me kind, there are several ways to help your golf car go
from this:Cayanne Club Carto this:Red Lifted Club Car

Consider these options:
1. Freshen up your car with a new body color. Red can really make a bold statement while black can give a very sleek and modern look. Any color you choose will give you a brand new look and feel to your golf car.
2. Update your tires and wheels. You don't have to lift your car to get a set of fancy tires and wheels. You can go up to a 12" wheel on a low profile tire WITHOUT lifting your car in most cases. This is one of the simplest do-it-yourself projects!
3. If you don't have a rear seat - ADD one. Most rear seats are fold down seats which make them dual purpose. Some models even feature a built in cooler or storage space below!
4. A new top. Tops can crack over time. Really freshen up the look of your car with a new black top. Black hides scuffs and can really streamline the look of your car.,
5. Custom seat covers. You can purchase new custom seats or purchase the cover and do it yourself. Either way, this makes a huge impact.

Of course, there are virtually endless options for golf car upgrades and accessories. Our showroom here at Colorado Golf & Turf, Inc. can give you some great ideas, come check is out here. Also - follow us on Facebook,for more ideas as well as regular sales and promotions.

Whether you want to do it yourself or let us do it, we are here to help. ,We have golf carts starting at $2500 to get your project started!
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