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Unread 02-06-2015, 09:45 PM   #11
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I thought you were talking about the ledge on the front of the tray, near the back of the F-R switch
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Unread 02-06-2015, 09:48 PM   #12
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correction ... rear edge
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Unread 02-06-2015, 09:50 PM   #13
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I might get the batteries out tomorrow and look at the damage. Still working on getting the cash together for new batteries. I promise I won't skimp to much on them.

What would I need to fix the battery box?

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Unread 02-06-2015, 09:57 PM   #14
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Also, is that controller replaceable if it goes out? I don't wanna sink all that time into it and go out for thecount one day.
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What would I need to fix the battery box?
Depends on what the front bar looks like. Can you get a picture of the front of the tray right by the one battery in question?
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Also, is that controller replaceable if it goes out? I don't wanna sink all that time into it and go out for thecount one day.
I wouldn't worry as much about the controller as before. Someone has upgraded the controller from the original troublesome black one. I think that you are good in that department
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Unread 02-06-2015, 10:03 PM   #17
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Sweet!! That makes me quite optimistic and excited to start this build!!

Like I said, I'll try to get the batteries out tomorrow and I'll make sure to upload some pics.

Are these carts fiberglass and is this one upgradeable speed wise?
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Can't help you with speed questions on a regen cart, not in my wheelhouse.

Fiberglass, no - at least not a 97. Early Club Car DS carts were fiberglass up until 1992. 1993 saw the upgrade to Club Car's proprietary material called ArmorFlex, a plastic composite type body that is much more resistant to damage than fiberglass.
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Can't help you with speed questions on a regen cart, not in my wheelhouse.

Fiberglass, no - at least not a 97. Early Club Car DS carts were fiberglass up until 1992. 1993 saw the upgrade to Club Car's proprietary material called ArmorFlex, a plastic composite type body that is much more resistant to damage than fiberglass.


As for the speed questions, one thing about the Regen 1 carts is that there is not many electrical options for it. Plumquick does make a motor for it though
http://www.plumquick.com/motors-and-...es/the-bandit/

Here is a good thread about putting the Plumquick Bandit in the earlier Regen model CCs
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All very interesting guys. Thank yall very much!

I'm out for the night. Talk at yall tomorrow.
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