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Unread 07-17-2012, 01:16 PM   #1
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Trying to find which exact batteries I can get for a 1994 EZ-Go Cart Electric golf cart?

Currently have T-105 Mileage Master in them. Do i have to get the same or can I try something different.

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Unread 07-17-2012, 01:38 PM   #2
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You can buy any 6 volt deep cycle battery...however these you have now are in my opinion the best on the market...but they cost more of course. There are many to choose from just make sure they are deep cycle golf cart batteries!
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You can buy any 6 volt deep cycle battery...however these you have now are in my opinion the best on the market...but they cost more of course. There are many to choose from just make sure they are deep cycle golf cart batteries!
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Unread 07-17-2012, 02:37 PM   #4
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Just research which company will honor their warranty. I can say from experience Trojan will not. I had a new set of 890s put in my cart and one of the posts were loose and melted down the first week I had them. Now after saying oh we replace any defects and damages they have every excuse in the book. Ok batteries with horrible customer service.
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You got your batteries direct from Trojan? I get mine through Safe Start who is a dealer for Trojan...The dealer should deal direct and honor the warranty...I have never had a problem and Safe Start always repairs the post themselves...The most common reason for burnt post is due to the lack of battery nut not being tightened on install...not saying that was the case in this instance...but I've been using Trojan for 8 years and never had a post bad from them
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No your right I bought them from a dealer who has pawned me off on the distributor who sent me to Trojan. Trojan pointed me back to the dealer who should honor the warranty and its just a frustrating revolving door. I may just have to do business with your guys.
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Unread 07-25-2012, 10:02 AM   #7
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Hi All,

Thanks everyone that replied. Another Quick questions: Any difference between the 6volt deep cell trojan and 6v-Gel Deep-cycle trojan?

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Hi All,

Thanks everyone that replied. Another Quick questions: Any difference between the 6volt deep cell trojan and 6v-Gel Deep-cycle trojan?

thank you,
do not buy regular deep cycle batteries there is a difference between them and golfcart batteries.......yes they are cheaper but theres a reason.........there are cheaper golfcart batteries than trojens like sams club, sears, napa, and so on remember you get what you pay for...........................
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