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Hillbilly All Terrain Electric Golf Trolley

“QUALTY HAS GONE DOWNHILL !”

Written on: 14/02/2014

Having owned the original model HILLBILLY for several years { still going strong when i decided to upgrade to the new terrain]what a mistake ! the new model failed 3 times in the first 12 months [pedometer problems] third time just out of warranty followed by electrical problems traced to faulty wiring then original battery failure after 15 months Finally gave up the ghost 3 months ago with a total collapse of the mainframe thankfully on the last hole! i had to carry my bag and drag… Read Full Review

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Hillbilly All Terrain Electric Golf Trolley

“Fingers crossed”

Written on: 05/10/2013

Just bought a hillbilly Ikart but now having read reviews on the all terrain wondering if bought a bad choice....fingers crossed… Read Full Review

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Hillbilly All Terrain Electric Golf Trolley

“this is rubbish”

Written on: 20/09/2013

Having bought a hillbilly all terrain in Dec 2009 the thing ran ok for about 15 months then the problems started i've so far replaced the motor the gearbox the control switch the front wheel the back wheels the rubber was falling off the rims and a new speed control box which I found out later was not the problem after all (this was through a hillbilly agent in Edinburgh) so I would not touch this trolley with a barge pole… Read Full Review

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Hillbilly All Terrain Electric Golf Trolley

“Faults and faults!”

Written on: 14/09/2013

Bought a Hillbilly terrain trolley in 2009. Am now on third potentiometer [one replaced during warranty] and have also replaced several axle pins. All the rivets on the A frame failed and one day on a round I found the lower tube of the frame had become detached altogether from the rest of the frame - lucky I had some long enough elasticated clips in my bag to secure it! Eventually I had to replace all the rivets including those supporting the front wheel assembly with nuts and bolts. This… Read Full Review

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Hillbilly All Terrain Electric Golf Trolley

“keep a spare hillbilly for parts”

Written on: 05/08/2013

I have a hill billy for my wife and one for me. I bought two used ones on Craigslist to use for spares and after 5 years all the parts on the spares have gone to keep the two running. I'm now having an intermittent problem where one cart stops for no reason and then will start up again after a few minutes. I've replaced everything except the controller board with no success. If you aren't mechanically and electrically inclined I'd look for another cart… Read Full Review

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Hillbilly All Terrain Electric Golf Trolley

“many problems with Hilly Billy.”

Written on: 01/08/2013

I've had my cart going on 3 years. I live in the NE so I don't use it all during the winter. I had the battery replaced after 1 year. This year I have been unable to use it - it will run for a while, then stop, run,then stop. More parts than I knew exist have been replaced, but it still cannot run properly. I've needed to use and electric cart most of the time. As far as I'm concerned,I have a lemon. The company should replace my cart for free. I'll let you know the outcome… Read Full Review

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Hillbilly All Terrain Electric Golf Trolley

“NO Problem”

Written on: 18/04/2012

I have had my Hill Billy for over three years the design particularly the bag straps need improving. The only part I have had to replace is the switch. I have found the cart to be very reliable having used it over 200 times. Reading some of the other reviews is alarmimg and makes me wonder if it is all going to go wrong… Read Full Review

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Hillbilly All Terrain Electric Golf Trolley

“Have had two HillBillys for 7 years. Still in use”

Written on: 04/04/2012 by OLYMPIC (1 review written)

We have two HillBillys which have worked well for my wife and I. Since there appears to be no distributors in Canada and we need parts in Calgary, we are hoping that nothing major goes wrong. It's really hard to find parts since the distributor in Canada is no longer selling Hillbillys. Help needed to find new battery charger distributors so that we can go on for another 7 years with a good product???… Read Full Review

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Hillbilly All Terrain Electric Golf Trolley

“WHAT A CROCK OF CRAP”

Written on: 25/03/2012 by SYD123 (1 review written)

I have owned a Hillbilly All Terrain now for 2 years with all the usual faults....motor failure....rivets failure etc etc. Today, it failed again and I had to push it for 8 holes BUT not anymore because it's gone where it belongs in the skip!… Read Full Review

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Hillbilly All Terrain Electric Golf Trolley

“3 Faults in 3 Months”

Written on: 23/01/2012 by Rob69 (3 reviews written)

Bought from Pro as a package with a bag on November 2011. Looked a good deal for £299. Changed from Powakaddy Freeway which was 10 years old and giving lots of trouble. Prices for new Powakaddy are ridiculous so I bought Hill Billy, naively thinking the Terrain would perform similarly to the old models my Seniors pals are still using after 10 years. The reality is Powakaddy now own Hill Billy and production of trolleys has moved to China from the UK. Is the golf trolley market too small for… Read Full Review

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Rob69's Response to Rob69's Review

Written on: 23/01/2012

Sorry, editing problem, the 3rd fault is the trolley is creeping forward when switched off - a potentiometer of controller problem.

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Hillbilly All Terrain Electric Golf Trolley

“Dont buy one”

Written on: 15/11/2011 by captinbeek (1 review written)

Simply a waste of money. Myself and my son bought one each 2 years ago and we also had problems with rivets the strange pins they put through the Axel fall out problems with the battery etc. My sons started to make a noise we think it was the motor it has since given up the ghost mine has now started to make the same noise. Once it packs in its going on the scrap heap. Does anyone out there make a reliable trolly?… Read Full Review

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Hillbilly All Terrain Electric Golf Trolley

“Not very reliable”

Written on: 23/10/2011

Bought in December 2009. Speed control unit went faulty afer 14 months and had to replace. Now very noisy due to motor bearing. Around £70 to replace and fit myself.Whats going to go next? Definatly would NOT recomemend… Read Full Review

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Hillbilly All Terrain Electric Golf Trolley

“Owned my hillbilly for a year rivets break clearly not...”

Written on: 17/04/2011

Owned my hillbilly for a year rivets break clearly not strong enough.also axle pins sheered off because they use barrel split pins(very poor design,lazy and not strong enough according to tool maker friend).asked hillbillys hopeless technical team if better components would be used for repair quoting this websites reviews.ignored the facts a question and there head of technical support said(if we replace the faulty parts your trolley will be fixed because it wont be broken anymore therefore it… Read Full Review

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Guest's Comment

Written on: 20/11/2011

The 'Axle' pins are in fact things called ROLL pins and are in common usage on most trolleys. I have replaced them on other trollies with solid pins and on my All Terrain (after 18 months usage)with a stronger british made Roll pin. Hillbilly certainly didn't seem interested in helping me sourcing replacements, but of course it is difficult to get to speak to a 'decision maker' I have had much better service from distributors of imported chinese 'cheap and cheerfuls'

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Scrambler's Comment

Written on: 26/11/2011

The ‘barrel split pins’ you refer to are in fact ‘Roll Pins’ used by most trolley manufacturers, and both mine rusted and broke up after 18 months of use. The Hillbilly ‘Help’ desk suggested I contact one of their approved repair centres! What for 3 Roll pins? I ordered British made replacements for a small cost and replaced them myself – I had previously replaced them on a cheap imported Chinese model, and the service I received from the Importer was much superior to Hill Billy

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Hillbilly All Terrain Electric Golf Trolley

“I bought my new hillbilly all terain less than one...”

Written on: 21/02/2011

I bought my new hillbilly all terain less than one year ago and it has been nothing but trouble. First the rivets sheared on the A frame so I couldnt use it for a week. Next the battery failed, again another week until a replacement arrived and now the dam thing won't stop, park next to the green ready for the winning putt and its away across the fairway. Chuffing great, just what I need. Back to the workshop yet again. I am pig sick of it. I have just e-mailed Hillbilly to say I want a… Read Full Review

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Hillbilly All Terrain Electric Golf Trolley

“I have had a Hillbilly terrain for just over 2 years...”

Written on: 23/01/2011

I have had a Hillbilly terrain for just over 2 years and its been 1 problem after another.

Had to replace clutch, gearbox, control unit, wheel broke, axle pins fell out twice and 2nd battery recently failed. Mud constantly clogs up front wheel so you are forever having to tip trolley up during a round to clear it out during winter rounds.

Just bought a motocaddy s3. its so much superior in every way. Spend the extra £100, the hillbilly will mug you of this amount in repair bills within 2… Read Full Review

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Scrambler's Comment

Written on: 26/11/2011

The Motor caddy S3 suffers from the same serious fault as the Power Bug ‘Digital’? Models. The on/off Digital switch is way Too sensitive and is situated in a dangerous position on top of the handle and on both these machines I have had experiences
of them being suddenly set off by accident and nearly causing injury to fellow golfers. Very poor and dangerous design

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Hillbilly All Terrain Electric Golf Trolley

“I have had my "All Terrain" trolley for 18 months,it...”

Written on: 30/12/2010

I have had my "All Terrain" trolley for 18 months,it is quite clearly poorly named,it just does not cope with wet muddy conditions,the single front wheel assembly clogs up at least three times a round,necessitating the trolley being tipped up and the mud cleared out,not condusive to a good game of golf. I have had it modified locally into a two wheel assembly at a cost of £35. Also find it heavy to lift and put into car… Read Full Review

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Hillbilly All Terrain Electric Golf Trolley

“I purchased a Hill Billy New Terrain recently second...”

Written on: 15/11/2010 by Mugadoon (1 review written)

I purchased a Hill Billy New Terrain recently second hand and now fully understand why the seller wanted to get rid of it. They look good but on very close inspection the pop rivets holding the frame are badly put in. I have replaced two. Since getting the trolley the printed circuit controller card has had a condenser fall off which allowed excess amps to the motor and virtually burnt out the motor brush housing. The printed circuit board (Controller) has been badly manufactured and if you… Read Full Review

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Donalm's Response to Mugadoon's Review

Written on: 08/12/2010

I have two Hillbillys one for my wife and one for me they are both the new Terrain model and we've had them about 18 months I play 3 times a week she 1 or 2 other than the fact that my battery is tiring a bit I can't fault them I know the other reviewer said there are a lot of trolleys out there I know I have a lot of broken ones in my garage no parts no good wish I'd bought Hillbilly first
<br/>Donal m

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Hillbilly All Terrain Electric Golf Trolley

“Am now on mark 5 (i.e the 5th replacement) ”

Written on: 10/08/2010

Am now on mark 5 (i.e the 5th replacement)
It's a shoddy piece of work, rivets come out, motor stalls, frame collapses.

Eventualy customer service responded, but only after shouting match!
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Hillbilly All Terrain Electric Golf Trolley

“I have recently bought a hillbilly terrian and my...”

Written on: 18/07/2010

I have recently bought a hillbilly terrian and my first impressions are good. its when made and i like the chunky feel of it. i personally dont think that it is that heavy but this is my first electric trolley and dont have anything to compare it with. the speed settings are fine for me and often find it dragging me up a hill or too and the 10,20, 30 yard buttons are great! hopefully i will be reporting back in months to come on how good my hillbilly is...........fingers crossed :)… Read Full Review

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Hillbilly All Terrain Electric Golf Trolley

“I have had one for 18 months. I am male and just...”

Written on: 02/04/2010 by roger4ever (1 review written)

I have had one for 18 months. I am male and just turned 60, but fit and reasonably strong. I find it is far too heavy and cumbersome compared to my wife's GO-Kart for example. The battery weighs a ton. The rivets in the spine sheared off recently inexplicably - bit of a design fault I think. Plus point- automatic run for 10,20 or 40ish metres buttons. Verdict: Just about good enough to keep for the time being.

Check the overall weight before buying - not suitable for women… Read Full Review

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