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Unread 08-13-2012, 10:38 PM   #1
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what mileage should i expect on average. used for hunting, mostly be on trails in the woods or farm fields, no mud riding. a few hills. the batteries in it are suppose to be good still. it has a 6inch lift, hd solenoids, hd springs, mojave all terrain tires.
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Unread 08-14-2012, 07:29 AM   #2
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what mileage should i expect on average. used for hunting, mostly be on trails in the woods or farm fields, no mud riding. a few hills. the batteries in it are suppose to be good still. it has a 6inch lift, hd solenoids, hd springs, mojave all terrain tires.
With a good battery pack you should get at least 20 miles.
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Unread 08-14-2012, 10:18 AM   #3
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yeah good battery pack should get you 20 miles between charges if your letting charger complete it cycles but everything you mentioned little hilly hunting terraine, maybe back seat or a 2nd person plus equipment......all that is gonna factor in.............................................
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what battery pack do you guys suggest? i will find out whats on it now. i can buy new ones but he said this are still good and under warranty for one year, if they go out i get new ones at a discounted price.
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what battery pack do you guys suggest? i will find out whats on it now. i can buy new ones but he said this are still good and under warranty for one year, if they go out i get new ones at a discounted price.
The three most popular are, Trojan, US battery and Crown battery.
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I have a 2008 Precedent with 6-8 volts new in 5/12. I can get over 30 miles at 19 mph easy.
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what battery pack do you guys suggest? i will find out whats on it now. i can buy new ones but he said this are still good and under warranty for one year, if they go out i get new ones at a discounted price.
for your needs the best you can afford, break them in right maintain them and don,t cut corners when it comes to your batteries..........if its a 4 12 volt setup you might want to switch to 6 ....8volts..............................
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I have a 2008 Precedent with 6-8 volts new in 5/12. I can get over 30 miles at 19 mph easy.
You're also in Florida where it's flat and you probably don't have a lifted cart. There's lots of variables that play into this question.
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for your needs the best you can afford, break them in right maintain them and don,t cut corners when it comes to your batteries..........if its a 4 12 volt setup you might want to switch to 6 ....8volts..............................
it is 6...8 volts, i will get the trojans after these go down.
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