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Unread 03-22-2010, 03:39 PM   #1
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I'm getting on a duck lease in Texas next season. I'm considering selling my cart and going to a gas machine, such as a Rhino or a Ranger. My reasoning is that I dont know if my cart will be able to handle the mud and water I may be faced with on the lease, and also, it's obviously not 4 wheel drive.

I added a plumb quick motor, and the top speed has really increased. However, I still lack the torque I think I would need to power through the mud. I know you can add things like a beefy controller, heavy cables, etc, but even if I did, do you guys think it would make it a suitable vehicle for navigating muddy woods, shallow water and trails to the duck blind? I am willing to spend the money on a new controller and cables and solenoid or whatever else will make a big difference.....if it will make a big difference. I'm seeking your opinions since I've never jacked with the torque on the cart and I dont know what it's capable of.


The second part of my question is what do you think my cart would be worth on the resale market if I were to decide to sell. You can check my cart out in my profile. It's a 2004 CC IQ, lifted, tricked out, etc. It has a brand new Curtis 250amp controller. I've only owned the cart for 1 year and everything you see, I have done. So the stereo, controller, motor, everything is 12 months old or less, and probably has less than 10 hours of use on it. This thing is a garage queen, lol. Battery's are Trojan and original. If this were your cart and you were selling it, what would you ask for it?

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Unread 03-22-2010, 04:32 PM   #2
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Duck hunting will always take you that better spot and that is all ways
the wettest deepest water.
I don't think an electric cart is the best for that.
That said I don't know the value of your cart in your area.
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