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Old 09-16-2015, 05:36 PM
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So checking these out online...man that is tempting.

Does anyone know what the little pouch is I keep seeing in the pictures and videos that sits mid way up the poles?
It's just a simple pouch that comes with a bag purchase. Velcro pole attachment, large center pouch that can hold a nalgene, two velcro enclosed pockets on the side, and narrow pocket between them. It looks a bit funky due to it slouching; but the slouch is actually useful, especially if you run it between the bottle holders instead of up higher like in the pic, anything wide would get in the way of the holders.
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Old 09-18-2015, 07:09 AM
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Great review!
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Old 09-18-2015, 08:51 AM
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Man, I just bought a jogging stroller and modified it to fit my backpack bag and cooler...this makes me want to upgrade/trade in my bag/cart. Great review, this looks much better than a delta cart so far as accessories/mods to customize. And heck, deltas website hasn't been working for me for at least a week...so can't even research/compare them.
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Some of the comments from fellow disc golfers when they see/try the Ridge Roller.

Its so light!
The seat is solid no creaking or shifting when sitting or getting up.
Very compact, easy to pick up if necessary.
That would take a lot less space in my car/trunk.
I paid 300 for my grip and it doesn't have a seat and all that storage.

I had one guy play a round with me and at each hole, he would come over to the RR, pull out a disc, put it back. Sit down between holes. Put his hand on the pull pole. He even rolled it for some holes and was completely sold on it. Lets just say he is selling some of his current stock of bags, stools and discs from tournaments.
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Old 09-18-2015, 11:10 AM
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Some of the comments from fellow disc golfers when they see/try the Ridge Roller.

Its so light!
The seat is solid no creaking or shifting when sitting or getting up.
Very compact, easy to pick up if necessary.
That would take a lot less space in my car/trunk.
I paid 300 for my grip and it doesn't have a seat and all that storage.

I had one guy play a round with me and at each hole, he would come over to the RR, pull out a disc, put it back. Sit down between holes. Put his hand on the pull pole. He even rolled it for some holes and was completely sold on it. Lets just say he is selling some of his current stock of bags, stools and discs from tournaments.
Sounds like whats running through my head right now...I'm sold on this over the Delta for sure. Heck, can't even get on the Delta site.
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Old 09-18-2015, 11:55 AM
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This?



Or this?


Or the green thing on here (called a Towch)?


I'm guessing you're talking about the first picture. I was talking about the second.
Second pic
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Old 09-18-2015, 11:59 AM
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Man these make me envious of those of you that have courses that these will work on. So few courses in MT that you can use a cart on. These look like pure $$$ but can't justify a purchase for use on the 9 hole course here in Billings.
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Old 09-18-2015, 01:12 PM
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Second pic
Then it's the Adesso Supply Pouch. Cheapest I've found online (looking for something to put on the Delta) is at Home Depot.
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Old 09-18-2015, 02:10 PM
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It's an Adesso Supply Pouch from Home Depot (cheapest place I've found them online). He has a mounting bracket to connect it to the pole and then the pouch to the bracket, but I'm 99% sure that's what he's using.
I have one that a local guy is picking up for me this weekend and would like to add that tool pouch as I don't believe the production models have them anymore. Joe - is there some brick and mortar store where I can buy the connectors for that pouch or should I order them through you. I think Abby is supposed to be there tomorrow to pick up the carts for the guys here in Cincy. If I need to buy some from you let me know and I'll have Abby grab them while he's there.

Thanks,

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Old 09-18-2015, 04:18 PM
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These are absolutely amazing. Rolled around the course yesterday. I have the same feeling when i switched from a one shoulder strap bag , to a backpack style. The "what was i doing this whole time" feeling.

I know this. Your friends will hate you when they see you with one. They will all be in a jealous rage lol
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