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Unread 03-21-2012, 12:34 PM   #11
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grr bad habit already I have ordered the new dash
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Unread 03-21-2012, 01:30 PM   #12
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grr bad habit already I have ordered the new dash
Same one I installed on my cart . . .
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gator, what did you do for your throttle conversion? Did you order the PB-6?
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Steve and Gator, where did you get the dash? Does it simply bolt over the existing concave dash in the DS?
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gator, what did you do for your throttle conversion? Did you order the PB-6?
I ordered the throttle conversion and all of the other electronic parts from Scottyb
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Steve and Gator, where did you get the dash? Does it simply bolt over the existing concave dash in the DS?
Yes . . you remove the faceplate where current keyswitch is mounted and mount new dash . . steering wheel removal is necessary . . I did it when I had the front cowl off, making installation a little easier for me, anyways . . ordered mine from gulfcoastgolfcarts.com . . . don't think they are a site sponsor (don't remember), but it is a common dash kit that one of the sponsors would carry . .
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I ordered the throttle conversion and all of the other electronic parts from Scottyb
Good to hear, your in good hands
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well,completed stage 1....the tear down.... amazing what you find....I was wondering why the backup buzzer wasn't working...well since the new one they put in is 24 volts and wired as 36....fried..Then instead of removing the old one they zip tied it to the rail. I will have to make battery pans now since the supports are now shot...I can tell the lighting kit wasn't wired correctly since they used diapers to splice all the wires and grounded each light to the frame. So, it seems I have my work cut out...There went just doing the conversion and driving it the next day. One good thing is once I am done all the wiring and electronics will be brand new.w00t

I will post pictures a little later

Any ideas on a place to install a 12v fuse terminal. I want to install 2 terminal strips to wire in all 12v accesories.
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well,completed stage 1....the tear down.... amazing what you find....I was wondering why the backup buzzer wasn't working...well since the new one they put in is 24 volts and wired as 36....fried..Then instead of removing the old one they zip tied it to the rail. I will have to make battery pans now since the supports are now shot...I can tell the lighting kit wasn't wired correctly since they used diapers to splice all the wires and grounded each light to the frame. So, it seems I have my work cut out...There went just doing the conversion and driving it the next day. One good thing is once I am done all the wiring and electronics will be brand new.w00t

I will post pictures a little later

Any ideas on a place to install a 12v fuse terminal. I want to install 2 terminal strips to wire in all 12v accesories.
Someplace easily accessible You wouldn't believe the crazy places I have found fuse panels... behind the dash

On another note, what kind of wires are you going to use
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I am thinking Scottyb will be getting a phone call from me tomorrow. I have been reading all day and think I am bypassing 36 volt all together and putting 48 volt battery pack in. When the 36 volt motor goes then would be a good time for the SS controller and motor change. Guess I need a 48 volt charger since I got a 36 volt and 2 24 volt chargers off of craigslist.

I tell ya this stuff is addictive. Im hoping to take my cart to a social event this Thursday so I need batteries and a solenoid quick!
It'll be a little inconvenient, but you can use one 24V charger to charge half of the pack and use the other one for the other half! You can run them both at the same time and you won't have to disconnect your cables.
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