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Unread 02-14-2013, 09:09 PM   #31
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I have never seen a 48-12 that small! How many amps is it good for? I'm curious, because mine is huge compared to that one and only does 25-30 amps, I think.
It's the factory one. Good stuff. It's all I use.
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Unread 02-15-2013, 09:38 AM   #32
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It's the factory one. Good stuff. It's all I use.
Very nice!
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It's the factory one. Good stuff. It's all I use.
It looks like these things run about $200-$300 online. Is that right?
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It looks like these things run about $200-$300 online. Is that right?
Sounds about right.
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Sounds about right.
Ok, I just ordered Scottybs reducer, I think that will be best for my needs.
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Can you all tell me if I install head lights, radio, etc do you have to have a separate converter for each item? or can you run all your electronics through one single converter? I take it all converters are NOT the same?

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Can you all tell me if I install head lights, radio, etc do you have to have a separate converter for each item? or can you run all your electronics through one single converter? I take it all converters are NOT the same?

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. . . a single converter can handle it if sized properly, ie 25-30amp . . . wire it to a fuse block and distribute the 12v to your accessories from there . . .
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Can you all tell me if I install head lights, radio, etc do you have to have a separate converter for each item? or can you run all your electronics through one single converter? I take it all converters are NOT the same?

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Yes, use one converter and get a high amperage one.
I highly recommend Scotty's. it's a 30 amp and you can't even hear it click on or off and it doesn't buzz or anything while its running.
On my first cart I installed a cheap 10 amp model and it was terrible.
It made a buzzing sound and would click every time you would turn on the lights.
Just go ahead and get a big one now, so it will cover all your future accessories.
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