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The RR box and adding a seat cushion and accessories is more than the delta....Delta is $499 plus ship. RR is $365 + seat ($20) + inner box accessories+ shipping. RR backpack/cart combo is $525 plus ship..also the RR box is def a copy of the design of the delta.
Non of the accessories are a must have. I want people to have options there own options the reason I sell bare bones. Not even close to delta and hey someone has to give people a more affordable and customizable cart other then the color.
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Old 01-10-2019, 02:11 PM
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It would look a lot better if the mud flap lined up with the damn stripes. Or vice versa.

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Old 01-10-2019, 11:10 PM
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The thing about ridge roller is you don’t have to buy everything at once. Get the bag or the roller first thats 200 plus, then get the other down the road when you want, and the r3 box starts at 175. You buy a delt and yes it has everything included but the 499 is the plain black one, if i want a different color I’m looking at 30 to 40 dollars more. The big thing about RR is versatility. If i want to i can remove the r3 box and just use the roller and backpack so i can accommodate accordingly to the course. Everyone has their preferences but just because it may look like a supposed knockoff doesn’t it mean it won’t do well in the market. I’m very pleased with how the r3 came out especially in this anodized red. This is a one of a kind combo. Blue roller and red r3 with red and blue pole, white fenders and white vinyl stars. I couldn’t be happier winning this thing from a raffle.
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Old 01-18-2019, 01:44 AM
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Pole is two pieces with a handle. They just have colors now. Consider upgrading wheels to clic
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Old 01-19-2019, 02:46 PM
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Pole is two pieces with a handle. They just have colors now. Consider upgrading wheels to clic
Naw I’m good with the stock wheels, click wheels don’t do anything for function on this cart
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what does everyone put in the pocket of the backpack? i'm having trouble getting discs to sit in there straight with my v2.
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what does everyone put in the pocket of the backpack? i'm having trouble getting discs to sit in there straight with my v2.
Mine are fitting in there decent when slid in upside down

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Old 02-26-2019, 01:08 PM
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Mine are fitting in there decent when slid in upside down
this works pretty damn well, you're a genius
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Old 02-26-2019, 01:32 PM
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Any tips on transportation via compact car? I have a civic. Take the backpack off the frame? Put frame on its back?
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Any tips on transportation via compact car? I have a civic. Take the backpack off the frame? Put frame on its back?
I would probably invest in the quick release wheels, remove the pole, I don’t think you need to remove the backpack but it depends on how big your car is. I have a compact but it’s a hatchback so I just remove the pole and I’m set
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