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Unread 01-03-2007, 06:47 PM   #1
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Getting ready to start project cart as hunting toy for a freind.

97 48 volt Regon (I know its expensive to upgrade motors)
Has new batteries.
I am thinking of putting on a 8 inch lift A-arm suspension with adjustable camber.And new rear leafs!Tires will be duro tiller 18x9.5x8.I would like to keep motor and controller stock.Its going to Missouri and will only be used a couple times a year.It has one bank and low stream to cross about 6 inches deep.Older gentlemen is going to use it to and from stand.Any input would be great !!!!
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Unread 01-03-2007, 07:27 PM   #2
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That should be pretty nice. I would consider a larger diameter tire to gain
ground clearance.

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Unread 01-03-2007, 07:58 PM   #3
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You (he) should be fine. The only thing that will suffer is torque and battery life. Sparkies have good torque anyway though.
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You (he) should be fine. The only thing that will suffer is torque and battery life. Sparkies have good torque anyway though.
They don't want anything gas or has exhaust no noise wanted.I may install a charge meter.


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You (he) should be fine. The only thing that will suffer is torque and battery life. Sparkies have good torque anyway though.
hes keeping the same size tires so the torque nor the battery life will suffer..8 inch lift?kinda high for stock size tires... going to have alot of wheel well
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You (he) should be fine. The only thing that will suffer is torque and battery life. Sparkies have good torque anyway though.
hes keeping the same size tires so the torque nor the battery life will suffer..8 inch lift?kinda high for stock size tires... going to have alot of wheel well
I didn't see where he was keeping the same tires.
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