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Unread 04-24-2011, 09:28 PM   #11
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Thanks for the warning. I was just going to use a 2000lb winch from Harbor Freight, but looking deeper, I see you're absolutely right...
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Unread 04-24-2011, 10:05 PM   #12
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If your winch isnt used much or only for emergency use I would get yourself a handicap scooter battery like I use/ Its a UB12350 group battery 12 volt 40 amp hour rated and is sealed and can be mounted in any position, plus is small 7"X 5.5"X 7".
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Unread 04-24-2011, 10:14 PM   #13
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My plan is to use the winch to pull Scotch Broom (the invasive plant). I was planning on building a special grubbing attachment for my backhoe,but our dog lost a leg to cancer and my wife thought a cart would be a good thing to have so the dog can still join us for our walks (good idea but the dog can't reach the pedals).
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Unread 04-24-2011, 10:50 PM   #14
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For scotch broom pulling if its anything like we had in Oregon I would go with higher amp rated than handicap battery for that hard a work? A deep cycle battery might work out best, at least ( not a starting battery of any type ) which has very low cycles?
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Unread 04-24-2011, 10:58 PM   #15
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We've gotten pretty far off topic, but I have bigger equipment for the old growth broom - I just hate to burn gallons of diesel for a few plants. I'm just targeting the ones I can't get with a weed wrench.
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Unread 04-25-2011, 08:25 AM   #16
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BEWARE I dont know of any reducer with enough amps to handle a winch? I have seen it tried and in most cases either the reducer or the winch or both burn out? Remember that a winch under load is not like a set of lights even with floods etc?
The addition of a extra 12 volt battery is the way for you to go.
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Unread 02-12-2013, 08:37 PM   #17
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My converter is 16v to 12v rated for 125 Watts and 28 amps.There are three black wires. Two wires are attached to a negative terminal block and the other to a ground source (probably a relay active when the key switch is on).

It seems the converter supplies a 12 volt ground source to the block when the key is on and the run/tow switch is in the run position.

Measuring voltage at the terminal block, the voltage drops when the key is on. Components using that ground source and a 16 volt positive source will receive 12 volts .
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My converter is 16v to 12v rated for 125 Watts and 28 amps.There are three black wires. Two wires are attached to a negative terminal block and the other to a ground source (probably a relay active when the key switch is on).

It seems the converter supplies a 12 volt ground source to the block when the key is on and the run/tow switch is in the run position.

Measuring voltage at the terminal block, the voltage drops when the key is on. Components using that ground source and a 16 volt positive source will receive 12 volts .
This thread is really old. What is it you need?
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My converter is 16v to 12v rated for 125 Watts and 28 amps.There are three black wires. Two wires are attached to a negative terminal block and the other to a ground source (probably a relay active when the key switch is on).

It seems the converter supplies a 12 volt ground source to the block when the key is on and the run/tow switch is in the run position.

Measuring voltage at the terminal block, the voltage drops when the key is on. Components using that ground source and a 16 volt positive source will receive 12 volts .
You should probably start a new thread, so people don't read through all the old junk...
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Unread 02-13-2013, 02:22 PM   #20
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Hi, Newbie here,

Having just purchased 2002 club car, I am trying to identify the electrical components (pictures attached).

With the serial CQ0234-185479 may be a 2002 Indio 48 Volt I.Q. Utility Vehicle (picture attached). I have no idea what the C in the serial number stands for.

Thanks for any help.
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