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Unread 09-08-2013, 01:02 PM   #11
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Any tire bigger than 22" increases final gear ratio to a deficit over 30%. This deficit must be overcome with a larger speed controller & solenoid to use the cart in mild off road conditions. Be aware of the power to weight ratio. Adding weight is not in your favor performance-wise.

Chances are you have a resistor coil drive system as opposed to electronic solid state speed control. If this is the case you will need to convert to solid state to use the cart as you want.

Let us know which drive system you have
This is the kind of info I like, awesome, thanks!

So Scottyb thinks ive got coil, so i should convert to solid state. Anything particular i need to know? Is there a thread you'll can link me to? On 2nd thought, he had a bunch of work done on it a year ago or so, this upgrade may have been done. What do I need to look for to see if its still coil or now solid state?

I didnt think it was a 92 either. Ive dealt with julian style date codes for years, but the CC site I had a 92

Its got six 4 hole batteries.

Thanks guys!
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Unread 09-08-2013, 01:05 PM   #12
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It has 48 V worth of batteries. First year for 48 V golf carts was 1995.
If the charger receptacle is round then the cart was originally 48 bolts and is not a resistor coil cart.
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This is the kind of info I like, awesome, thanks!

So Scottyb thinks ive got coil, so i should convert to solid state. Anything particular i need to know? Is there a thread you'll can link me to? On 2nd thought, he had a bunch of work done on it a year ago or so, this upgrade may have been done. What do I need to look for to see if its still coil or now solid state?

I didnt think it was a 92 either. Ive dealt with julian style date codes for years, but the CC site I had a 92

Its got six 4 hole batteries.

Thanks guys!
What is your serial number? Go ahead and post it. Scotty is right, 48 volt carts were introduced in 1995 by CC. Also, what does the charger plug look like?
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Unread 09-08-2013, 08:58 PM   #14
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cart was originally 48 bolts
cool a lighting cart !!!
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cool a lighting cart !!!
This kind of lighting cart???
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Ok Gotcha now!
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Nice lights, but do they dance along with the music? This my "all in a days work" project

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cool !!

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cool !!

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