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Unread 04-22-2013, 10:27 PM   #1
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Default 86 club car ds solid state conversion

Kind of new to golf carts . Wanting to do a solid state conversion to my 86 club car I just got . Would like to know what parts I will need to do it . The serial number is A8636-10790 Thanks
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Unread 04-22-2013, 11:21 PM   #2
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Kind of new to golf carts . Wanting to do a solid state conversion to my 86 club car I just got . Would like to know what parts I will need to do it . The serial number is A8636-10790 Thanks
Contact Scottyb, one of the sponsors here. Carts unlimited. I just converted a'85 ds to solid state and 48v.
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Contact Scottyb, one of the sponsors here. Carts unlimited. I just converted a'85 ds to solid state and 48v.
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Scottyb has complete step by step kits.
I inherited a 1984 36V DS Club Car in VERY nice shape but it has no batteries. So knowing I need to buy batteries and assuming I can still use the existing motor, what is the approximate cost to convert to 48V Soild State thru Scotty B?

Just looking for a direction to take before I start sinking lots of $$ into the cart so THANKS in advance for any advice.
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I inherited a 1984 36V DS Club Car in VERY nice shape but it has no batteries. So knowing I need to buy batteries and assuming I can still use the existing motor, what is the approximate cost to convert to 48V Soild State thru Scotty B?

Just looking for a direction to take before I start sinking lots of $$ into the cart so THANKS in advance for any advice.
Go here and look at the packages:

http://www.cartsunlimited.net/Scotty...rsion_Kit.html

And then if you want to continue, contact ScottyB either through his site or on here. He'll tell you what you do and don't need once you let him know the uses of your cart. Converting to modern electrics was the BEST thing I have done to my cart so far!!

-Scott H.
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