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Discussion in 'Introductions' started by waterman, Dec 22, 2018.

  1. waterman here, Since I retired I picked up a hobbie of learning to repair golf carts in our 55 plus park. I try to help our seniors the best I can for free labor just pay for parts. When I get stumped I will need to ask questions. I am getting pretty good with my volt meter. Seems lately I have been building new battery cables, and rebuilding a lot of front ends. 1 or 2 motors in the last 6 months. mostly easy stuff. When not sure I will ask for help.
    Thank You
  2. Welcome to the forums, waterman. May I ask how you discovered the site? Free labor and only pay for parts? Any chance you live in Pennsylvania?
  3. ..... WATERMAN
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    Welcome to WildBuggies
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  4. crash test dummy told me about the site. I started playing with golf carts as a need to do something to try to help people. I have a liver transplant and not a day goes by that I don't think about the family that gave me the liver. Im almost 9 years into it and I cant get the need to do something for someone out of my head. I often wonder the name of the donor, what kind of work did they do. Am I doing what this person would do. So I provide labor on golf carts for free
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  5. welcome jim
  6. Now if only everyone had that same outlook on life by paying it forward.
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