Troubleshooting installation of the LGT-312L headlight bumper

Posted by Adminstrator on 8/14/2018 to DIY Golf Fixes
A handful of 2014 TXTs have an extra piece of tubular steel welded on the front of the frame (shown below).
 If on the frame, it will interfere with the installation of the LGT-312L headlight bumper.  
The piece of steel was used as extra support for the front cowl and bumper but it is not needed and can be removed.  
Once removed, the light should fit without a problem. 

Rally Classic Chrome Wheel Cover

Posted by on 10/12/2017
Give your golf cart a classic ’60s look with this 5-spoke chrome wheel cover.

MJFX Heavy Duty Lift Kits

Posted by on 10/11/2017
Our new Heavy Duty Lift Kits include an industry-exclusive formed steel lower A-Arm design with debris louvers and laser-cut MJFX logo.


Installing Golf Cart Shocks

Posted by on 10/11/2017 to DIY Golf Fixes
Please Note: Shocks for Golf Carts do not function in the same way as a shock on a Car as Car shocks are normally filled with gas or another component which allows the shock to constantly move and will never fully compress. 
When installing the Shock, it should be installed in a fully extended position. 

The Golf Cart Shock is made to compress fully and expand fully with attachment to the leaf springs and they function as a damper. They will fully compress and stay that way until the need to expand arises, at which time, it will decompress and extend and regulate the stability of the cart. 

How To Install RHOX Golf Cart Turn Signals

Posted by Administrator on 10/11/2017 to DIY Golf Fixes

  • (Plug & Play Only for RHOX Wiring Harness) Pigtail Included with Wiring Diagram for non-RHOX Harness