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Unread 07-18-2013, 04:49 PM   #1
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My neighbor wants me to find him a cart to use around his property. Do you think this would fit the bill? I know these carts are not the most efficient, but I have heard they hardly ever break down. This cart only has one solenoid with a bank of resistor coils. I went and test drove it today, and it runs excellent and the battery compartment is very clean with no corrosion anywhere. It has a v-glide and a 2.97 HP special service CC motor. The batts are 2 year old Interstates. It comes with the Accu-Power automatic charger. Just let me know what you think...
Oh, and he said he would take $800.
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Unread 07-18-2013, 04:53 PM   #2
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Yep buy it! If he wants more speed he will already have a CLEAN cart with a 36 volt motor.

Wish I could find another cheap cart!
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I would buy it any day of the week I could find one like it!!!


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Buy it. I have the same cart, 1988. Never had any issues, just regular maintenance.
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Unread 07-18-2013, 07:44 PM   #5
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That looks like a very clean cart at a really good price!
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Ok guys, thanks. Keep up the opinions.
Question: Don't some resistor carts have 4 or 5 solenoids? This one just has 1.
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Buy it. I have the same cart, 1988. Never had any issues, just regular maintenance.
How far can you go on one charge?
Does it seem to discharge quickly or not?
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I have a 91 cart like this. Seems to run forever. Well never had any problems with keeping a charge. They do use more power at slow speeds ( due to the resistors burning off the power for slow) more than controller carts but that is it.

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I don't see how a resistor cart can work with one solenoid. Something has to switch in the different coils to control the motor power.
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I have a 91 cart like this. Seems to run forever. Well never had any problems with keeping a charge. They do use more power at slow speeds ( due to the resistors burning off the power for slow) more than controller carts but that is it.

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Do you notice a range difference from a controller cart?
Even if the resistors are inefficient, who cares if there is no range difference...right?
I wonder if batteries have a shorter lifespan in a resistor cart???
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