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Unread 07-23-2013, 07:43 PM   #21
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CT yes basicly a rolling chassis. It's a complete cart minus batteries and motor. The obc states 48 volt though. Know anybody with a 36v stock motor they want to get rid of? Or should I go the Plum Quick route?
Since you don't have a motor and by the time you buy one. Unless you can get one on the cheap(which is not really likely) I would get one from Plum Quick, for just a few dollars more! They actually have a special going on now on series Bandit motors. You don't really need a core to send them for one which would save an extra $30 in shipping one to them.
OBC? Are you meaning controller? 2 different animals in a CC cart!!

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Unread 07-23-2013, 08:34 PM   #22
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I thought I posted the pic of the obc as well. Guess not. Here it is.
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I thought I posted the pic of the obc as well. Guess not. Here it is.
Things are just not adding up!! That is a 48v OBC and you have a 36v charge port and a 36v/48v controller. No batteries and no motor. It's making me think this is a Frankenstein CC!! A 48v OBC will NOT work with 36v. Was the charge port just laying loose in the cart? I think maybe it was just thrown in there. In my opinion, just strip it out and start from scratch. I do think it was a 48v cart to start with.

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Unread 07-24-2013, 05:52 AM   #24
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. . . as stated, the controller/obc combination point to a 48v CC . . . the charger plug is a 36v charger plug . . . what style f/r switch do you have? Does it have a V-Glide (36v) or a potentiometer (48v)?
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Steve, how do I know which one it is? CC newbie here
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Steve, how do I know which one it is? CC newbie here
Give us a pic of the battery compartment. Especially of the drivers side..we may be able to help more. V-glide is a black v or pie shaped box under the drivers seat towards the front of the cart.

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Unread 07-24-2013, 03:38 PM   #27
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CT, Is it a black pie shaped box mouted to the driver side frame rail towards the front of the battery opening? There is one there. Seeming ripping all of everything out and starting over is in my best interest.
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