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Unread 08-01-2012, 11:22 AM   #1
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I was thinking of getting on for my Club Car. Do they work and do I need one. Thanks
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Unread 08-03-2012, 07:41 AM   #2
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YOU are the best battery life saver for your CC . . . maintain them properly . . .
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Unread 08-03-2012, 08:12 AM   #3
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I was thinking of getting on for my Club Car. Do they work and do I need one. Thanks
if you do regular maintence on your batteries, at least once a month or more if you can.......check and add distilled water, check and clean/tighten cables if needed, keep battery area good and clean you don,t need anything else......my only other advice is get a wrench dedicated to snugging your battery cable ends and either dip it in plasti-dip or wrap the whole wrench in electrical tape all but the end you use...........its just a bit of extra safety in case you slip........................
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if you do regular maintence on your batteries, at least once a month or more if you can.......check and add distilled water, check and clean/tighten cables if needed, keep battery area good and clean you don,t need anything else......my only other advice is get a wrench dedicated to snugging your battery cable ends and either dip it in plasti-dip or wrap the whole wrench in electrical tape all but the end you use...........its just a bit of extra safety in case you slip........................
Great advice, can't stand getting Zapped!

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my only other advice is get a wrench dedicated to snugging your battery cable ends and either dip it in plasti-dip or wrap the whole wrench in electrical tape all but the end you use...........its just a bit of extra safety in case you slip........................
Great advice. Another option is to get a stubby wrench that isn't long enough to reach from post to post. There's no way you can arc that.
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Great advice. Another option is to get a stubby wrench that isn't long enough to reach from post to post. There's no way you can arc that.
I just use my torque wrench set to 105in lb's. I just don't want to under or over tighten them...
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