This is part 2 of the two parts series of how we built a cargo box for the golf cart. If you haven’t seen part 1, it’s right here! In part two, I will mainly talk about how I mounted the cargo box on the golf cart.


Here are some pictures of the mounting brackets. (I apologize for the poor lighting. This was taken in the evening)

Eventually, the cargo box will sit on top of these battens



This is what the box looks like on the golf cart.


Take a look at the brackets, batten, and the box.
It was only after I put the computer in the box then I realized that this box is way too big!
I have to say that I am satisfied with the result.




This short post finishes the two-part series of how Mr. Thiel and I built this cargo box for my golf cart. I have to say I am very proud of what we have done. Again, I would like to thank Mr. Thiel for helping me with this project. Without his advice, talent and workshop, this could never be done. I am very excited to take this on the road!

Posted by:NeilNie

Student at Columbia University, School of Engineering and Applied Sciences. Prev. software engineer intern at Apple. More than six years of experience developing iOS and macOS applications. Experienced in electrical engineering/microcontrollers. From publishing several apps to presented a TEDx talk in machine learning. Striving to use my knowledge, skills, and passion to positively impact the world.

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