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  1. #21
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    Re: Clicgear 3.0 cart.. Winter wheels?

    Quote Originally Posted by Wolfman View Post
    Why wait, Stewart Z3 in, Clicgear out simples !
    Not sure the bank manager will agree..

    Just on Z3 v CG3. One thing the CG scores is the net under the handle. I toss my GPS and other riff raff into it. Not a big fan of the bottle holder since my bottle sits in the bag. I am assuming Z3 has a GPS accessory, but not sure i would stick it on. (dont use any of the CG3 accessories either)
    A fool and his ball will soon be parted..

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    Re: Clicgear 3.0 cart.. Winter wheels?

    Quote Originally Posted by vkurup View Post
    Got a fancy http://www.direct-golf.co.uk/golf_tr...ys/p11235.aspx trolley as a gift. Awesome kit. Built like a tank. rah rah rah....
    But does anyone know how to get winter wheels for it? AG sells hedgehogs for clicgear at £50-60. But thats just the regular cheap plastic/rubber hedgehog. I can get a regular basic trolley for that money. Any other suggestions?
    I have a solution to your problem - and for ALL CLICGEAR owners. We have just launched our own winter wheels for these superb trollies. The are called GLIDERS and a set of 3 is a now available for £29.99 (+p&p). They fit on to your existing wheels and can be left on all year round. Green keepers love them and are ordering them for their own hire trollies as they are so durable and work exceptionally well. They are, in our opinion, far superior to the "spiky" type which are expensive and don't last too long. Ours are tough and super durable.

    No real need to push your products quite so openly within your first couple of posts.
    Last edited by chris661; 26-Sep-2013 at 19:18.

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    Re: Clicgear 3.0 cart.. Winter wheels?

    Quote Originally Posted by Colin Aitkenhead View Post
    I have a solution to your problem - and for ALL CLICGEAR owners. We have just launched our own winter wheels for these superb trollies. The are called GLIDERS and a set of 3 is a now available for £29.99 (+p&p). They fit on to your existing wheels and can be left on all year round. Green keepers love them and are ordering them for their own hire trollies as they are so durable and work exceptionally well. They are, in our opinion, far superior to the "spiky" type which are expensive and don't last too long. Ours are tough and super durable.
    Looks interesting... how do they clip onto the wheel?
    Last edited by chris661; 26-Sep-2013 at 19:19.
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    Re: Clicgear 3.0 cart.. Winter wheels?

    Quote Originally Posted by vkurup View Post
    Looks interesting... how do they clip onto the wheel?
    Thanks for your enquiry. Quite simple and easy - you just slide the GLIDERS on to the wheels, make sure they are centred well and then 4 screws and washers for each wheel secure them to the wheel - without damaging the wheel!! This works well and is the ONLY way to really fit winter treads to wheels. Even the "spiky" ones require screws if they are to stay on, the clips do not hold them well and green keepers have commented to us that when they have used these, the clips are not good and they have to screw them on and golf shops comment also (who are now selling ours) that screws are the only way...............
    Last edited by chris661; 26-Sep-2013 at 19:19.

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    Re: Clicgear 3.0 cart.. Winter wheels?

    Colin-not sure if it would be a breach of rules or not but might be an idea to put up a link.
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    Lots of Srixon's....

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    Re: Clicgear 3.0 cart.. Winter wheels?

    Quote Originally Posted by Colin Aitkenhead View Post
    I have a solution to your problem - and for ALL CLICGEAR owners. We have just launched our own winter wheels for these superb trollies. The are called GLIDERS and a set of 3 is a now available for £29.99 (+p&p). They fit on to your existing wheels and can be left on all year round. Green keepers love them and are ordering them for their own hire trollies as they are so durable and work exceptionally well. They are, in our opinion, far superior to the "spiky" type which are expensive and don't last too long. Ours are tough and super durable. Please visit our ebay listings, under "Golf" and "GLIDERS". We also make them to fit any trolley. Happy rounds of golf!!! Colin for Red Kite Products.
    Colin,

    Do you do a set of three for a Masters Cart iDuo? Three Wheeled all the same size?
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    Re: Clicgear 3.0 cart.. Winter wheels?

    Cost effective alternative to clicgear wheel boot: big blue ikea bag. Does the job for me since I got my clicgear.
    Current bag:
    Driver: Titleist 915d2
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    Hy: Titleist 915hd 2hy
    Irons: Mizuno mph4 3i, mp64 4-pw
    Wedges: Mizuno MP T11 52, 58
    Putter: Nike Method 006 Proto

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    Re: Clicgear 3.0 cart.. Winter wheels?

    You can use cable ties to hold them in place 4 on each wheel , then cut the ties when you need to remove them.
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  9. #29

    Re: Clicgear 3.0 cart.. Winter wheels?

    Quote Originally Posted by glynntaylor View Post
    Colin,

    Do you do a set of three for a Masters Cart iDuo? Three Wheeled all the same size?
    Yes, we can fit any diameter size and width wheels. Let me know the size of your wheels. Colin. I am a little concerned I am breaking Golf Monthy rules here by promoting our products.

    Pushing your products like this is against the forum rules
    Last edited by chris661; 26-Sep-2013 at 19:21.

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    Re: Clicgear 3.0 cart.. Winter wheels?

    Anyone wanting info from Colin, take it to PM that way he isn't breaking any of the Rules.

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