What size trailer do you need for a golf cart?

What is the standard size of a golf cart?

The average golf cart dimensions are around 92 x 48 x 75 inches for a standard 2 seat golf cart. The dimensions of different types of carts will vary the most in length due to the number of seats a golf cart can have.

How wide and long is a golf cart?

Standard golf carts are generally about four feet wide and eight feet long. You can expect most golf carts with standard equipment to measure about six feet in height and weigh 1,000 pounds. Limo carts can be up to four feet longer than regular carts, so be sure you have the space you need to store it!

What’s the average weight of a golf cart?

A golf cart typically weighs anywhere between 500 and 1,100 pounds. The wide discrepancy has to do with the make, model, and type of golf cart. Additional modifications can also increase the weight of a golf cart.

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Will a golf cart fit a 5X8 trailer?

Most standard golf carts will fit a 5X10 trailer with plenty of space and without effort to load/unload the cart. If your golf cart is a bit smaller, then a standard 5X8 trailer will be sufficient.

Will a golf cart fit on a 4X8 trailer?

The standard-sized cart is 4 feet wide by 8 feet long. Therefore, if you own a standard golf cart, it will be challenging to fit in a 4X8 trailer. In other words, you need the bigger sized trailer, say 5X9 feet or bigger for a standard golf cart.

Will a golf cart fit in a 6 foot bed?

When it comes to transporting a golf cart, the question of whether it will fit in the bed of a truck is daunting, but the short answer is yes. Before you plan on transporting your cart, know that the only truck option you can use for transporting a golf cart is a full-size pickup and not frontiers, rangers, or Tacomas.

How much is a 2 seater golf cart?

The average 2 seater costs between $7,000 and $8,000. 4 seaters are going to be between $8,000 and $10,000, and 6 seaters run around $10,000 and $13,000.

Will a golf cart fit in the bed of a truck?

A full size pickup – (not the Rangers, Frontiers, Tacomas) has a bed that is 4 foot wide between the tire wells, so the golf car will fit nicely. If the pickup is a standard bed, then you will need to leave the tailgate down and secure the cart solidly with heavy duty hauling straps.

Can a golf cart pull a trailer?

Just like trailers are used to haul a golf cart over a distance location, the golf cart can as well pull a trailer within a reasonable area.

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Can you put a trailer hitch on a golf cart?

A golf cart hitch allows you to haul a light weight trailer in and around your property. Golf Cart King has a large selection of receiver hitches for your EZGO, Club Car, Yamaha, or golf cart rear seat kit. You can also install our cooler set up by Madjax with the proper receiver hitch.

What size trailer do I need for 2 golf carts?

There are two types of golf cart trailers that are considered small. These are the 4 x 6 and the 4 x 8 feet trailers. They can hold the majority of 2-seater vehicles. But in some cases, you may need to leave your tailgate down for the cart to fit, which is not advisable.

Is a 5X8 trailer big enough?

The 5×8 enclosed trailer can hold a queen-size bed and tow up to 1,800 lbs! All cargo trailer rentals have a soft ride, rub rails, multiple tie-downs and lockable doors to protect your belongings.

What is a good size utility trailer?

For basic requirements like hauling a lawnmower or for doing household trash runs, a 5′ x 8′ should be sufficient. For bigger projects like hauling tractors or bobcats, you might need a 7′ x 16′ or 7′ x 18′ equipment trailer. The general rule of thumb is to go a bit bigger than what you think you’ll need.

How long is a 4 seater golf cart?

In general, the average 4 seater golf cart is about 5.5 feet tall, 8 feet long, and 4 feet wide. For LSVs with six seats, the aforementioned length extends to roughly 11.5 feet, whereas the other approximations remain the same.

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