Tires are your carts foundation and we know what happens when any foundation is not strong.
To maintain golf cart tires, it is important to check the tire pressure regularly and keep the tires inflated to the proper pressure.
Here are some GO GO tips to keep your tires going!
- The pressure should be checked when the tires are cold, as the pressure can increase as the tires heat up while in use.
- Inspect the tires for wear, cuts, or other damage, and to replace the tires if they are worn or damaged.
- It is important to rotate the tires periodically to ensure even wear, and to keep the tires aligned to prevent uneven wear.
- Lastly, it is a good idea to check the tire tread depth, it’s recommended to replace the tires when the tread depth is less than 2/32 inch.
Tire Repair and Replacement
Repair: In many cases your tire can be repaired. We can come to you and determine if a patch will fix the problem. A tire puncture greater that 1/4 inch long cannot be repaired.
Replacement: All golf cart tires are not created equally. We recommend tires that provide reliability and traction. Whether you use your cart for neighborhood rides or on the golf course your tires will determine your ride.
We offer tire options that will provide traction, safety, longevity and a smooth ride.
Tire Alignment Service
Yes! We can even align your tires at your location. Yet another reason to call GO GO! We GO to you!
Goal: To improve your driving experience and help increase your potential driving distance. A misaligned golf cart creates excessive drag on the cart and will wear down your batteries.
What the service includes: Our service technicians spend a full hour correcting the “tow” of the front wheels. We also correct the tire pressure. Then they perform a series of test drives. They confirm that the golf cart is driving straight, the tires are wearing evenly, and there is no “pull” to the right or left.
For lifted golf carts, alignment services need a bit more time. There is more involved, depending on the various lift kit versions. Our technicians adjust both the “tow” and the “camber” specifications. These values need to hold true to 1/8 of an inch to have a perfect alignment.