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Unread 04-14-2009, 11:27 PM   #11
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This is going to be an adventure finding cheap batteries. Roady how are the batteries Sams club sells?
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Unread 04-14-2009, 11:30 PM   #12
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THere is a guy in L.A. says he will deliver for like $1 mile but the batts are all has beens...... people posting about bad batteries and bad carts from http://electriccartwarehouse.net/ in newport beach, ca. all over craigslist


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Unread 04-14-2009, 11:49 PM   #13
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This is going to be an adventure finding cheap batteries. Roady how are the batteries Sams club sells?
You can't find something that doesn't exist. OH WAIT. You said "cheap", not 'GOOD Cheap". If you want cheap go ahead and buy the sams. Other than that I can't comment.
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That answers my question. The wife just asked me if it is worth the savings I guess not.
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That answers my question. The wife just asked me if it is worth the savings I guess not.
In my "opinion" it is not worth the savings. I myself have not had the expected service life out of them. Just buy the best one you can afford and maintain them properly and they will last a while. Battery maintenance is key. Shop around and you my find a deal. It took me 3 weeks the first time I bought a set.
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In my "opinion" it is not worth the savings. I myself have not had the expected service life out of them. Just buy the best one you can afford and maintain them properly and they will last a while. Battery maintenance is key. Shop around and you my find a deal. It took me 3 weeks the first time I bought a set.
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That is what I will do.
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Unread 04-15-2009, 09:46 AM   #18
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That answers my question. The wife just asked me if it is worth the savings I guess not.
yep, She's a keeper!!!


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Unread 04-15-2009, 01:54 PM   #19
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In my "opinion" it is not worth the savings. I myself have not had the expected service life out of them. Just buy the best one you can afford and maintain them properly and they will last a while. Battery maintenance is key. Shop around and you my find a deal. It took me 3 weeks the first time I bought a set.
as well. I'm not even sure what type batteries I have in my 91', but the woman I bought the cart from had just installed them about a year earlier.

I have now been screaming along on them for 4 years myself and they are still doing well and holding a good charge and running for time periods longer than I would expect.

The experience on this forum and willingness to share has helped me a great deal and saved me a lot of $$$.

I know I'm going to need bat's before too long so I have started doing home work to figure what I will do. I really don't know how long my bat's will last, but as long as they keep charging and running with good power, I'm holding off on the new ones..
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Unread 04-16-2009, 12:05 AM   #20
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If You Have A Sams Club They Sell Batteries For Golf Carts Not A Bad Deal It Cost Me 550.00 Dollars Every Place Wanted 130.00 Dollars Each I HAVE Six 6 Volt Batteries They Came From Interstate Batteries
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