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Unread 12-02-2009, 09:09 PM   #31
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Default Re: I Need Help How To Make My Club Cart More Offroad Worthy!!

What kind of shape are the batteries in right now? Theres several ways to do it. You can use six 8 volt batts, eight 6 volt batts. If its a controller cart you will need a new controller that will handle 48 volts, a 48 volt solenoid and a way to charge the 48 volt pack. That can be pretty pricey. Theres also a way to charge with the 36 volt charger and a second 12 volt. Kinda a pain but it works if you don't have the cash.



Is it a resistor cart or a controller cart? Can you post the serial?
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Unread 12-03-2009, 12:39 PM   #32
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okay i just need help none of this bull spit people have there likes and dis likes so why start **** its stupid sorry but i check this thing like every ten min hopeing that i will get help about the problem not you to argueing!
And this from a 16 year old. You more "mature" boys could take a lesson from him.

Taylor you've got some of the best help on this forum with Roady and Scotty.
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Unread 12-03-2009, 03:10 PM   #33
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And this from a 16 year old. You more "mature" boys could take a lesson from him.

Taylor you've got some of the best help on this forum with Roady and Scotty.
I have figured this out they are like teachers
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Unread 12-03-2009, 10:07 PM   #34
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Some of these guys might give ya a hard time but trust me, if they didn't like ya they wouldn't do it. Look at it like an initiation into the clan.


Got pics of that motor? Maybe we can help ya fix it.
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Some of these guys might give ya a hard time but trust me, if they didn't like ya they wouldn't do it. Look at it like an initiation into the clan.


Got pics of that motor? Maybe we can help ya fix it.
i will see what i can do
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