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Old 07-15-2018, 12:25 PM
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Post Delta or LG Backpack cart

I have been going back and forth on what to get. I currently have a LB Octohaul. But long hot summer tournaments are wearing me out.

What I want to carry.

18-25 Discs depending on tournament
Carry 2-3 towels
2 Liters of water
Scorecard
Rule books
Pencils and sharpies
Birdie back
In zone disc retriever
Birdie beads

I want a seat for sure also


Options right now are an LG cart for $229 or Delta Cart 11 or wait for the 12

Help me decide on the bag/cart or cart only.

I play around KY so most courses are Cart friendly
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Old 07-15-2018, 04:10 PM
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I say get a Zuca Backpack Cart, whichever size fits the Octohaul. It seems to me you do not like the Dynamic Disc named model. This way you do not have to swap disc stuff if you go else wear to play that is not really cart friendly on vacation.

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Old 07-15-2018, 09:19 PM
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The LG Cart will be to small for an Octohaul. An Octothorpe will barely fit. Plus you will have to buy fenders or it will rub the bottom of the bag. You can make it work by cinching the side pockets up and leaving them empty but you will still need fenders.
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Old 07-15-2018, 09:55 PM
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I’ve been looking at pics and I would loose the Haul pockets and the side pockets also...Maybe Delta will be the way to go.

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Old 07-15-2018, 11:48 PM
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I’ve been looking at pics and I would loose the Haul pockets and the side pockets also...Maybe Delta will be the way to go.
I say go with the cart that is the more readily available. That way if you need to fix something on the cart you can. Just make sure you fix the cart if it does not come with a foam filled or solid tires option. LG cart what is that?

Also a actual Zuca Cart is less, the one that is a cart then a actual Delta.

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Old 07-16-2018, 05:41 AM
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It will be hard to get your hands on a Delta right now. I know zuca sales an even bigger backpack cart. Its called XL Cart I believe. You may want to look into that. I have a Delta and an Cart.
Delta has a way better seat and is way more solid.
LG Cart is slightly easier to pull and is cheaper.

I think both are great setups. If you forced me to choose between the LG/Octothorpe Combo I would take my Delta. But I would take my Octo over a cart.
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Dynamic Disc EZ cart is open framed so it should fit any backpack with full use of side pockets. The EZ is also cheaper as it does not have a built in seat and upper frame work. I was able to put an Innova Super Hero on it with full use of the side pockets and I like that the bag sits higher so there is additional storage underneath the bag and I do not have to reach as low to get my discs. If a seat is a neccisity, I was able to use the caddy seat straps on the Super Hero to attach a tripod stool behind the bag with no issues.

So far, I have only added on the fender package, but I probably could have gotten away without it and not had any bag rub.
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It would be tough for a Delta to hold 2L of water in stock form unless you want to invest in smaller Nalgenes or a bladder system. The rest should fit alright.
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Old 08-20-2018, 12:25 PM
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Zuca XL cart should be able to fit the bag no problem, but you would definitely lose the use of your side pockets
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https://www.dynamicdiscs.com/Dynamic...UCA-p/5031.htm

I have seen several local folks carrying Octothorpes on this cart, and they've professed affection for the setup.

I still just carry mine on my back.
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