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Unread 03-19-2013, 07:36 PM   #11
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Well the one campground we spend a week in every year some decent hills, it would be the place I use the cart the most.
I would try to find a 48v series or IQ cart. They are not incredibly expensive, and will handle a lift and rear seat no problem. I bought my first 1996 CC DS 48v series for $300 on craigslist. Threw some batts in it and it ran great and had plenty of power all stock...
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Unread 03-19-2013, 07:46 PM   #12
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Yes 48v is what you need...or change your 36 to 48
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Probably cheaper just to buy a 48v stock cart than converting one
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That's what I'm thinking, wishing I didn't buy new batteries now! Ouch.
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That's what I'm thinking, wishing I didn't buy new batteries now! Ouch.
How long ago did you buy batts? Can you return them? Also, you should be able to get some good money out of your current cart if it's in good shape.
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Actually I haven't picked up the batteries yet so I could cancel them but I'd feel bad for the place that ordered them since I wanted the high amp hr ones, I'll give them a call tomorrow.
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Actually I haven't picked up the batteries yet so I could cancel them but I'd feel bad for the place that ordered them since I wanted the high amp hr ones, I'll give them a call tomorrow.
I'm sure it'll be alright. Hopefully you can get them canceled
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They were supposed to be in today but with the storm I didn't hear from them. Guess I'll find out tomorrow.
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Well I ended up picking up two of the batteries & canceling the rest since they didn't show up. I'm going to sell it with two new batteries just so who ever buys can see it runs & if the person that buys it wants to replace the rest they can. I won't run it with two new batteries because I don't want to ruin them. Once it sells I'll find a 48 volt cart. Thanks for all the help guys!
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Well I ended up picking up two of the batteries & canceling the rest since they didn't show up. I'm going to sell it with two new batteries just so who ever buys can see it runs & if the person that buys it wants to replace the rest they can. I won't run it with two new batteries because I don't want to ruin them. Once it sells I'll find a 48 volt cart. Thanks for all the help guys!
Great, a 48v cart will be much better for your needs!
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