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Unread 10-06-2012, 01:16 AM   #1
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Default got new batteries, bad story

just got 4 new 1275 trojans for my 2008 club car. The old ones were 5 years old basically and needed changed out.
I installed them into the cart and noticed the system voltage was 49 volts. Knowing a little about them i knew at least one battery wasnt charged. so i charged them and the voltage after charging was still low. Checked each battery after nine holes and 3 were fine (12.5 to 12. but one was a t 9.5 volts. So i did a voltage drop on that batter yand one cell is toast. What a deal i had to swap out one and kill my back some more, lol.

all is well that ends well,,,,, the cart after the alltrax 500 upgrade, new 1 gauge wires and swapping out the rear end gears (12 to 1 instead of 6 to 1)now runs just under 40MPH on a level surface after about a quarter mile it hits that speed. Crazy really,,,,,,,

now its time for front disc brakes i think. paul
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Unread 10-06-2012, 10:24 AM   #2
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now runs just under 40MPH on a level surface after about a quarter mile it hits that speed. Crazy really,,,,,,,
Oh. My. God.

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now its time for front disc brakes i think. paul
Maybe a drag chute, too?

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