Chicos wrote:I have to agree with the other posters. I bought a 2008 just over two years ago, and the batteries are down to just about 3 hrs of life before needing to charge as well. AND i have had the emergency cable break on mine as well (similar to another poster) so the cart now needs a break job. BUT NOW IT GETS WORSE. The geniuses at ruff and tuff ran out of shoes, and are having difficulty getting new ones from China (thank you very much 'Made in America'). I called the place in NC and the lady tried to sell me the entire drum assembly. I told her a better idea would be to break into the assembly, send me the shoes and replace them when their little pissing contest was over. Meanwhile they'd have a happy customer.
Well apparently they're not interested in, or even know what, a 'happy customer' is; after not returning my messages, I called back and they changed their tune; they do NOT have an assembly for my cart. complete 180 degrees from the previous chat. So here I sit with a dead R and T with no time schedule as to when or if they will ever get the part. Did I mention I use this for my business, and until this gets rectified, I'm using a 35hp tractor to do this cart's duties???
In short, I would NEVER EVER recommend one of these p.o.s. carts to ANYONE, shoddy batteries, shoddy equipment AND shoddy customer service.
I was going to buy a ruff n tuff 2007 I guess we better not. It was going to replace my still running club car but now I don't know if it is a good idea
caddiemaster wrote:Hi Chicos, A great alternative would be an aftermarket disc brake kit. I would have to look at a Ruff n Not tuff to see if they would work, but an E-Z-GO disc kit may work.
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