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Re: Jay Reading's pull cart

Postby juju » Sat Jul 23, 2011 10:19 am

Danny Polk has one of the protos. I guess the guy is making like 6 of them right now. Pretty sure they are all spoken for.
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Re: Jay Reading's pull cart

Postby mickas » Sat Jul 23, 2011 10:24 am

You know Danny? How's he doing in the twin cities? I haven't seen him in a month or two.

I did however see his cart at one point or another, I didn't know his and jay's were one in the same, it's a sweet rig.
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Re: Jay Reading's pull cart

Postby juju » Sat Jul 23, 2011 10:36 am

He is doing good. I played with him at MN State Champs and was checking out his cart. It is the nicest I've seen since the Chatelle carts (igloo box).
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Re: Jay Reading's pull cart

Postby whoody51 » Sat Jul 23, 2011 11:06 am

http://discgolfer.ning.com/profile/MikeChatelle

Is this the guy making these carts?
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Re: Jay Reading's pull cart

Postby jayne » Sun Jul 24, 2011 9:15 pm

That is the guy that makes the carts that Cale, TG, and JD have. He has a newer model that he makes since the igloo box mold is no longer available.

The one in the picture is probably the DisCadde (or DiscCadde). Bob Prenot is his name. I believe he is out of Winona, MN or Lacrosse, WI and makes the one that Danny Polk and Jay Reading have. Here's a link. http://southernmndga.ning.com/photo/dis ... ntext=user
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Re: Jay Reading's pull cart

Postby Hyzerline49 » Sun Jul 24, 2011 9:51 pm

mickas wrote:You know Danny? How's he doing in the twin cities? I haven't seen him in a month or two.

I did however see his cart at one point or another, I didn't know his and jay's were one in the same, it's a sweet rig.

sam, i know cj knows the guy who makes these. he puts in orders for people...
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Re: Jay Reading's pull cart

Postby Hyzerline49 » Sun Jul 24, 2011 9:54 pm

so here's the story. danny polk bought that cart from a good friend of mine, zac elliot. danny then sold that cart to ulibarri at the majestic. ulibarri must have sold that same one to jay, because it is the same exact one. i will see if i can get you guys some info on how to get a hold of the guy who makes them
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Re: Jay Reading's pull cart

Postby whoody51 » Sun Jul 24, 2011 10:08 pm

Thanks for the info. If you know where I can see some more pictures of the different models let me know.
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Re: Jay Reading's pull cart

Postby rusch_bag » Mon Jul 25, 2011 6:32 am

That would explain the glide sticker.
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Re: Jay Reading's pull cart

Postby Andy-MN » Mon Jul 25, 2011 9:49 am

I can confirm that that is a DiscCaddie made by Bob Prenot in Winona, MN. There are several players in town that use them and he makes them custom. At the Majestic, a player from Madison was walking with Uli and apparently Uli liked the cart so much that he asked to buy one. When he bought the cart he Bob that he was going to try and sell a few for him on the tour. I can provide the contact info for Bob if any are interested in the carts.
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Re: Jay Reading's pull cart

Postby whoody51 » Mon Jul 25, 2011 1:20 pm

I am more interested in building one of my own. The only problem I'm having is finding a box that will work. Anyone know what kind of boxes are being used to make these carts? MTM sportsman has a nice dry box that looks like it might work.
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Re: Jay Reading's pull cart

Postby juju » Mon Jul 25, 2011 1:34 pm

Make sure it is durable enough to handle some serious abuse. The igloo boxes and the ones Bob is using are the only ones I've seen that are solid enough to last a long time.
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Re: Jay Reading's pull cart

Postby whoody51 » Mon Jul 25, 2011 2:07 pm

I contacted Mike Chatelle about these carts and he said the same thing about the boxes. Unfortunately the igloo boxes have been discontinued and I'm not sure what box Bob uses. Anyone have Bob's email address they can PM me?
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Re: Jay Reading's pull cart

Postby whoody51 » Mon Jul 25, 2011 2:12 pm

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MTM case gard Spud 7 box is 18.5" x 13" x 15.25" and comes in black and orange... I think these are the boxes that Bob is using. There is a picture of one of his carts with an orange box and Jay Reading has a black box.
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Re: Jay Reading's pull cart

Postby Jsw » Mon Jul 25, 2011 2:41 pm

I'm debating on trying to make one similar because I'm obsessed with little DIY projects like this, but I actually don't know how practical these are for some of us with more "hostile" home courses.

The course I play 90% of the time is only a few years old and was cut through some really rough terrain. Thus it has a lot of stumps/roots/rocks. Those disccaddies look like they have very little ground clearance. It also has a lot of steep grade hills(I'd probably have to go out of my way to have it resting somewhere semi-flat more often then not. Where as a conventional bag you can lay pretty much anywhere as long as its sideways and it won't fall over since there are no wheels).

Its definitely a cool idea and set-up. But would probably only be ideal for courses that are really well manicured and mostly flat.
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