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Unread 05-18-2009, 07:48 AM   #1
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Default Mech/Elec Differences in DS Models

The following, copied from the sticky interpreting S/N's, lists 5 DS model Carts. A,AA,AB,AC and HA. What are the differences in the Mech/Elec Systems and Suspensions, not Body Style or number of seats. For example, I have a HA, what is the difference between its solid state system and the AB 36 Volt, if any?

* A= DS Electric Golf Car
* AA= DS Electric Golf Car, 48 Volt System
* AB= DS Electric Golf Car, 36 Volt System
* AC= DS Electric Golf Car, 48 Volt Regen
* AQ= Electric I.Q. Golf Car, 48 Volt Regen
* B= Chassis Only, Electric Golf Car, 48 Volt
* C= Electric Industrial Vehicle
* D= Fairway Villager, 4-Passenger Utility Vehicle
* CQ= Chassis, Indio 48 Volt I.Q. Utility Vehicle
* E= Carryall II Electric Utility Vehicle
* EA= Carryall II Electric Pickup Utility Vehicle
* F= Carryall I Electric Utility Vehicle
* FA= Carryall I Electric Pickup Utility Vehicle
* FQ= Villager 4 I.Q. Utility Vehicle
* H= Turf 1 Electric Utility Vehicle
* HA= DS Electric 36 Volt Solid State Utility Vehicle
* JA= Carryall VI Electric Utility Vehicle
* K= Resort Villager Electric Utility Vehicle
* L= Limo (8 Passenger) Electric Vehicle
* LA= Limo Electric, 48 Volt Vehicle
* LB= Limo Electric, 48 Volt Regen
* LX = Lynx Hunting Vehicle (Gas & Electric)
* M= Resort Villager XL Electric Vehicle
* PQ= Precedent IQ
* S= Turf 2 Electric Utility Vehicle
* T= Tourall / Villager 4 Electric Utility Vehicle
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Unread 05-18-2009, 08:46 AM   #2
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Default Re: Mech/Elec Differences in DS Models

None of the 36v had solid state speed control. They used a series of solenoids and later resistor coils to regulate amperage to the motor.
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Are you saying that the HA is not Solid State?
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If you have a HA then it is a solid state 36v. They were not that common.....what year was it made?
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1991 HA9144xxxxxx
Thing of it is, it looks just like a Regular Club Car. Just trying to figure out the differences.

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Default Re: Mech/Elec Differences in DS Models

Hey Dick,

All of the DS's look like regular Club Cars!!!

The only real way you'll be able to find out,
is to either look up (underneath) above the rear axle, or the access panel
to see if you have coils (resistors) or a controller!

(I'm guessing again... )
Your cart may have been designed for a specific use in flammable areas,
where resistor coils may cause a problem!

The HA is the only one on the list that says "Solid State",
And I don't have much of an idea what that could mean!
(except an early version of a controller!)

Take a peek, and let us know!
(It'll keep me from guessing!)

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