A Harley Davidson Golf cart parts would be very interesting for collectors who are looking for a “classic” model. The interesting aspect of the classic model was the lift rear body feature.
The idea was that the rear end of the cart was raised slightly higher than other carts. The rear frame cross brace was specifically what was raised higher. This allowed the bags to actually sit lower in the well of the rear of the cart. Most all of these classic models were of the three wheel variety.
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The VIN (Vehicle Identification Number) identifies the golf carts just like an automobile. On most Harley Davidson golf carts, the VIN was a small metal tag that sat just above the left side rear tire. On later electric cars you will find the number located on the wall of the battery box (behind the batteries).
The electric models have tended to be a little less popular with the collectors. A slight majority of the carts manufactured were actually the gasoline model. In 1969, Harley Davidson decided to sell the golf cart manufacturing and name to AMF.
AMF was allowed to keep the name for the golf carts. Collectors tend to shy away from Harley Davidson Golf Carts after 1969 because they “really weren’t Harley Davidson Products”. Columbia Par Car bought the division from AMF in 1982 and soon after that the Harley Davidson name was phased out.
Harley Davidson Golf Carts have become extremely collectible. In large part it is because of the name that is usually associated with the 2 wheel motorcycles. Harley Davidson started making golf carts in 1963. It’s the early golf carts that are the most sought after. The early carts had only three wheels.
Two drive wheels in the back and on steering in the front. 1982 was the last year that Harley Davidson produced a golf cart.
The letter H (made in the ’70s) or J (made in the ’80s) indicates the cart was manufactured by Harley Davidson and the letter C (made in the ’80s) or D (made in the ’90s) designates Columbia as the manufacturer.
Your old golf cart can be turned into a classic golf cart, be it Club Car, E-Z-Go or Yamaha by using Harley Davidson golf cart parts. See Golf Cart Body Kits.
Harley Davidson Golf Cart Parts
There are several Harley Davidson golf cart parts available today:
- Rebuild Kit Tillotson Carb – Carburetor Rebuild Kit for 1963 to 1981 Harley Davidson with Tillotson carburetor models HL212A, HL-231A and HL-231B.
- Bolt in Replacement seats – Bolt-in Custom Replacement Seats for 1965 to 1971 Harley Davidson model D and 1965 to 1966 models DC and DF.
- Polished Fan housing – for 1967 to 1981 Harley Davidson model D and 1969 to 1981 model DC and D4. A must have for the ultimate custom car.
- Carburetor – Tillotson Double Diaphragm Carburetor for 1967 to 1981 Harley Davidson, Carburetor model HL-231.
- Cushman Wheel Adapters (Set of four) – Set of Four Custom 2″ wide Wheel Adapters to adapt golf cart standard 4 on 4 pattern wheels to Cushman 4 on 3-3/4″ bolt circle. This allows you to use any aftermarket custom aluminum or chrome wheels on your restored golf cart.
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