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Unread 12-02-2013, 03:18 PM   #1
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I am going to use 4 -12 volt batterys And i need A wiring diagram for such. please post or tell me where t.......--no show me where to look on this forum please.
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Unread 12-02-2013, 03:28 PM   #2
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Why do you want to reduce your runtime ?
Most people convert from 4 12V to 6 8V battery's to gain the extra runtime.
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Wiring Diagrams . . . .
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Why do you want to reduce your runtime ?
Most people convert from 4 12V to 6 8V battery's to gain the extra runtime.
. . . maybe it suits his needs . . . I've been running with 4-12v's for a couple of years with no issues . . . again, depends what one wants to do with their cart . . .
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I am going to use 4 -12 volt batterys And i need A wiring diagram for such. please post or tell me where t.......--no show me where to look on this forum please.
A 2002 will have the six 8v system, so I would go with it...
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Why do you want to reduce your runtime ?
Most people convert from 4 12V to 6 8V battery's to gain the extra runtime.

I get my batts free; and i won't be going a long ways probably .if these batts don't work out good, then i go to; 6-8s. The word on the batts i have,- i am told they will run 19 hours- with out recharging them. nothin to lose.

Thanks for all the diagrams but i couldn't copy any of them. my printer is gettin old. Where can i get A manual ? that shows what all i'l need ? new at this cart stuff
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I get my batts free; and i won't be going a long ways probably .if these batts don't work out good, then i go to; 6-8s. The word on the batts i have,- i am told they will run 19 hours- with out recharging them. nothin to lose.
Can't beat free...
Are they flooded deep cycle batts?
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If you just want to know how to hook the batteries. They hook in series. You have a pos coming to the battery compartment form the soloniod, and a neg coming from the controller. Hook the pos to pos post on the battery near to it, then run jumpers from the neg on that battery to the pos on the next one in line. You should come to the last battery and hook the neg cable from the controller to the neg on the last battery. Use at least 6 ga battery cables, 4 ga is better. You may have enough jumpers with the cart if you got it with old batteries. If not you can make your own or buy them from site sponcors. Have fun.
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Are they flooded deep cycle batts?
deep cycle alph cell gxl's
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If you just want to know how to hook the batteries. They hook in series. You have a pos coming to the battery compartment form the soloniod, and a neg coming from the controller. Hook the pos to pos post on the battery near to it, then run jumpers from the neg on that battery to the pos on the next one in line. You should come to the last battery and hook the neg cable from the controller to the neg on the last battery. Use at least 6 ga battery cables, 4 ga is better. You may have enough jumpers with the cart if you got it with old batteries. If not you can make your own or buy them from site sponcors. Have fun.
thank you Mrgolf bob s this reply helps me greatly bob s
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