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    I have an M2S All Terrain 750 w and it has 2 programs you can use.One keeps it under 20 mph to be street legal and an all terrain setting which will throttle up to 28 mph. I made a hitch for the rear rack and use a Rambo deer cart. Good pines rig.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Electriclife View Post
    I have an M2S All Terrain 750 w and it has 2 programs you can use.One keeps it under 20 mph to be street legal and an all terrain setting which will throttle up to 28 mph. I made a hitch for the rear rack and use a Rambo deer cart. Good pines rig.
    Any pics on how you added the cart?

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    Im not sure how to post pics but I can send phone pics. Its a simple setup but has worked good.

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    Sent the pics.The aluminum stock that hold the frame is 1/8 in and the hitch bar is 1/2 in. Has held up good for 2 years

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    Quote Originally Posted by Electriclife View Post
    Sent the pics.The aluminum stock that hold the frame is 1/8 in and the hitch bar is 1/2 in. Has held up good for 2 years
    Thanks!

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    Glad to hear that Electric life , yes this has 2 settings as well. Awesome to hear you use yours in the pines as i will be too. The Rambo cart is the one i was looking at . Is it difficult to load stationary? does it tip? I will pm you my number for pictures if you do not mind

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    Answered PM

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    Electriclife, thank you will order the Rambo cart. If i use my full sized van instead of my SUV it should all fit nicely . My Cadillac SUV is pretty small in the cargo area.

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    The Rambo cart folds in half and was designed to be pulled behind an E-Bike. Expensive but I still like it. It fits behind my mini pickup seat. Tires are air filled and clamp into place like a bicyle tire. Any doubts your close enough to check mine out.

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    what is your location ? PM me please . I am in Manchester , Forked river in summer

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