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New V3 wheel set from Stewart Golf

July 2, 2013

Stewart Golf have released details of their new V3 wheel set, designed for their X & F Series remote controlled trolleys.


The new Stewart V3 wheels
The new Stewart V3 wheels

Stewart Golf engineers worked in conjunction with specialist manufacturer Hedgehog to create a set of 4 wheels that would both reduce the weight and further improve the performance of both the X7 Lithium and F1 Lithium trolleys.


The Stewart X7 Lithium trolley
The Stewart X7 Lithium trolley

The result is the new V3 wheel set, where total weight has been reduced dramatically by 30%. This reduces the energy required to accelerate the wheel, and also the energy required to drive the trolley once in motion. The effect of this is an reduction in battery consumption which ultimately leads to more holes per charge.

Combine these efficiency gains with the greater traction & stability generated by the flatter profile, lateral tread design and tyre material, and the V3 wheels represent a significant leap forward in performance. The involvement of Hedgehog in the selection of the tyre material has delivered grip levels similar to that of a spiked wheel.

Engineering Director Jon Miller said, “We always aim for performance improvements in all areas of our product range. Together with Hedgehog we have been able to deliver a wheel set that not only improves performance and efficiency, but also looks fantastic!

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