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Unread 01-04-2012, 02:03 PM   #11
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Default Re: Starting my 81 DS rebuild.

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why not just spend some time looking for a 48 volt cart? than you eliminate the upgrade and can concentrate on just beefing the 48 volt up...........seems senseless to buy another 36 volt cart than spend 700.00 on batteries and another 1000 to upgrade to 48 volts.........grab 48 volt cart...........................
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Yes, just avoid the Regen I & II and don't be shocked when your 95-96 series 48v cart is slower than your 1985 36v cart.
That was my point based on my experience....
Sounds like you both make good sense to me. After reading this I may consider another option. My apologies to the OP for hijacking.
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Unread 01-04-2012, 06:11 PM   #12
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In the beginning man had cart.



After man saw the flaws in cart the deconstruction began. All with the hopes that a better cart would rise from the ashes like a phoenix Turning heads wherever it travels.
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Unread 01-04-2012, 06:24 PM   #13
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In my plans I will hopefully accomplish.
2ga wires throughout
complete wiring redo. (done by me)
motor removed and rewound (friends job in exchange for machinig work on my part)
New paint. (gonna try on my own)
12" rims w/low pro tires.
custom front n rear bumpers with integrated led lights for night time driving. made by yours truly.
bucket seats (Bass pro boat seats)
custom center console (made be me)
shorten the steering column 2-3 inches. (yours truly)
new racing steering wheel.
sport windshield.
custom name plate on front from aluminum with SMOOOOTH machined into it. (ALL MINE I trust only me with the machining.)
rear shocks, and HD springs.
dash cover.
some sort of stereo or music system. Haven't really done any looking for this yet.
hopefully the $ don't run out. I got 3 months till camp opens up, and I unvail the beauty.Will keep posting pics as I go.
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Unread 01-04-2012, 07:31 PM   #14
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Glad part of the destruct phase was removing that silly sign on the front cowl . . .


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