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Unread 09-25-2011, 05:05 PM   #1
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I serviced 4 carts this weekend, two brake jobs, one battery replacement, and one complete makeover including lift, tires, brush guard, DCX500, solenoid and 2 gauge cabling...

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Unread 09-25-2011, 05:07 PM   #2
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and a few more pics
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Really makes a difference on that old DS! I wish I had that much time on a weekend! These kids are about to kill me. I have to go to work to catch a break! What speeds you getting on the upgrades and what kind of batteries did you slap in?
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cheapjeep - what was done with the old tires/wheels from the red ds? Are they 205/50-10s? Im in newnan....
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cheapjeep - what was done with the old tires/wheels from the red ds? Are they 205/50-10s? Im in newnan....
Yes, tires are worn, but you could get them cheap.
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sweet. please send price in pm
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What type of lift did you use and how many inches? Looks awesome!!
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What type of lift did you use and how many inches? Looks awesome!!
As far as batteries that was for a older resistor cart, so we just went with Energizers from Sam's Club.

The lifted cart has Trojans. That cart already had a PlumQuick modified stock motor, so ran about 23 mph stock with stock controller. We put on an AllSport Super Sport 6" lift, 23" tires, then installed a DCX500 amp controller, 2 gauge crimped and solder welding cable and a 400 amp solenoid. It'll run about 24-25mph.
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