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Unread 02-16-2015, 10:19 PM   #41
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That really looks bad.
Hey he said don't break his heart.

Mario, I would fix the trays and wiring before I put any batteries in.
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Unread 02-16-2015, 10:19 PM   #42
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That really looks bad.
The trays, they are not that bad. Nothing some aluminum angle and rivets can't fix
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Mario, I would fix the trays and wiring before I put any batteries in.
I agree
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Like CC said I think I would just take all that out and rebuild battery holders.
May have to rent a cart this weekend.
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The red wire is the only one that is bad. That's a simple fix. The wiring its self is in really good shape in comparison to the rest of it. The trays I think are rotted because of corrosion it looks like. Maybe boiled over water? The old batteries were pretty bloated but dry.
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The red wire is the only one that is bad. That's a simple fix. The wiring its self is in really good shape in comparison to the rest of it. The trays I think are rotted because of corrosion it looks like. Maybe boiled over water? The old batteries were pretty bloated but dry.
Yep it's caused from overfilling the batteries then they boil over when they charge
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Yea. It's was on a charger for about a year and a half. And when I got to it all of the batteries were bone dry.
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Those trays really are a piece of cake to replace. Have you ever riveted before? It's kind of fun
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Those trays really are a piece of cake to replace. Have you ever riveted before? It's kind of fun
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I haven't jake. This is my first experience with a cart. Any pointers or reading material out there you can direct me to?
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