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Unread 01-12-2011, 09:50 AM   #11
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DOWN UNDER Alltrax "AXE" model controllers are for series carts F&R Lever under right leg, while your first post shows 2006 IQ cart which has rocker type F&R switch would require a Alltrax "DCX" model controller. What you have is a shunt motor which is wired and controlled much different from series so be very careful that you get correct unit.
When ordering from Alltrax ( ALWAYS give all needed numbers CART SERIAL, Motor HP AND Model NUMBER, Tire size, lift size that you might be going to later on etc, to be sure to get just what you want or need PLUS explain what your looking for in performance and they can advise on best set up for you ) you will also be getting a "Interface Adapter" for IQ ( Intelligent Quantum Drive ) to adapt stock wiring over to their DCX controller. Many owners using higher amp controllers for IQ seem to stay with around 400-500 amp units ( DCX400 or DCX500 ) that seems to do a good job for milder upgrades to match Plumb Quick motor if you go that route? I am not well versed on the IQ systems as most around here are series CC's. Go by what the Alltrax people advise as they have always been great helping me on what to get.
GLEMMO she is sweet as her angelic smile reminds me of several of my own daughters ( 5 girls ) that were tom boy scrappers and almost killed their poor only brother? Dont have any great grand daughters so cant spoil them, only 4 boys ( ages 11-20 ) left living? Lost oldest in Iraq last year??
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Unread 01-12-2011, 09:59 AM   #12
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Aussie, Your best bet is a speed controller package. Motors are heavy and cost a fortune to ship to Australia PLUS you need a bigger controller to run them with any torque... so just go with the controller / solenoid package to start... shipping is only 10 pounds or so... You can always do the motor thing later, if you are still needing more .... build her up in stages.
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Unread 01-12-2011, 10:54 AM   #13
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Hey down under, is any of the flooding near U ?
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Unread 01-12-2011, 06:08 PM   #14
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DOWN UNDER Alltrax "AXE" model controllers are for series carts F&R Lever under right leg, while your first post shows 2006 IQ cart which has rocker type F&R switch would require a Alltrax "DCX" model controller. What you have is a shunt motor which is wired and controlled much different from series so be very careful that you get correct unit.
When ordering from Alltrax ( ALWAYS give all needed numbers CART SERIAL, Motor HP AND Model NUMBER, Tire size, lift size that you might be going to later on etc, to be sure to get just what you want or need PLUS explain what your looking for in performance and they can advise on best set up for you ) you will also be getting a "Interface Adapter" for IQ ( Intelligent Quantum Drive ) to adapt stock wiring over to their DCX controller. Many owners using higher amp controllers for IQ seem to stay with around 400-500 amp units ( DCX400 or DCX500 ) that seems to do a good job for milder upgrades to match Plumb Quick motor if you go that route? I am not well versed on the IQ systems as most around here are series CC's. Go by what the Alltrax people advise as they have always been great helping me on what to get.
GLEMMO she is sweet as her angelic smile reminds me of several of my own daughters ( 5 girls ) that were tom boy scrappers and almost killed their poor only brother? Dont have any great grand daughters so cant spoil them, only 4 boys ( ages 11-20 ) left living? Lost oldest in Iraq last year??
Once again thanks OLD MEC,you blokes are unbelievable,between U,scottyb and GLEEMO,I will go with your suggestions and get a dcx probably 400.
So to hear about your loss in Iraq,I helped train the seals that went to gulf,lost a few good boys me I would just level the whole nation.
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Unread 01-12-2011, 06:14 PM   #15
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Hi ScottyB,,you fellas have convinced me to go with alltrax,as OLD MEC said dcxmodels as mine is a shunt motor.The good thing about alltrax is Aussie has a dealer here,so things are looking sweet as.Thanks again.
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Unread 01-12-2011, 06:20 PM   #16
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G/day GLEEMO,
Mate me and the missus were too old and smart,to build on the flat
are farm house is on a hill,about 30yds below is a very strong current heading for the coast about 12 mile away,I saw Brisbane shopping centre last night cars were being washed out of carpark and down the main drag,worst I have seen in my 60 years.cheers Mate
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