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Unread 02-09-2016, 06:16 PM   #1
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Default 02 club car---new batteries

Well i bought new batteries for this cc , question on them . i leave my power charger on them all the time.I get the needle all the way full of juice. I take the trash out to the curb my dog and I. I take my cart back to the shop, put her inside. The charger jumps cear over to the other end of the gauge, ...almost all the way. By morning i go out, look her over, and they are all charged back full, question is this;Is this the right way to treat these batteries? ,I mean... should i put this ;black and yellow 48 volt battery maintainer- on them instead? I checked the cells they are all full up.. The batteries were put in last fall.As usuall i appreciate the help. bob s hello Jake snake!!!
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Unread 02-09-2016, 08:08 PM   #2
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Unless the curb is 1/2 mile away I think I would drive it a little further between charges. Do you have one of my cute little digital meters for the cart yet? It sure can answer a lot of questions about voltage and state of charge
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Default Re: 02 club car---new batteries

Hey Bob, I would definitely use the Powerdrive charger as your main charger. Remember to always plug it in when it's in the garage. These type of batteries like to be at 100% SOC all the time. And Scotty's right, if you don't have a digital meter, get one. I installed mine a few years back and I'm not sure how I got along without it. Nothing beats real time pack readings...
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Unread 02-10-2016, 09:23 AM   #4
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Unless the curb is 1/2 mile away I think I would drive it a little further between charges. Do you have one of my cute little digital meters for the cart yet? It sure can answer a lot of questions about voltage and state of charge


The curb is 300 feet from my garage- get the cart out each tuesday to take dog with me.She loves taking to garbage out. Wish my wants were so easily pleased. NOW whats this gauge look like? how does it mount- easy i hope picture when you have time Scotty b btw Why didn't i listen to you guys, when i was foolin around with those **** FREE alpha batteries. Strange what one goes thru- to save few bucks. OOHH well!! i am building my 55 chevy and happy as a lark .So she says
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Unread 02-10-2016, 06:20 PM   #6
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Why didn't i listen to you guys, when i was foolin around with those **** FREE alpha batteries.
I tried to tell you but you wanted to punch me in the face.
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Unread 02-11-2016, 12:09 PM   #8
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JJANCE....I think now.. YOU... shoulda punched me in the face.as many times as you deemed- necessary to Get my attention,But no i punched a few guys when i was young . Sad thing i can't even remember their names now,jus crazy what old age does to ya.Getting free batteries was wonderful---but it sorta cost me in the end. I got to use them for 2 years, so when they took ****. I was not wanting to buy batteries .Sorry If i was rude jj.


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