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Unread 09-25-2016, 11:41 AM   #411
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Replace the brake light switch . Put in a new light kit over the winter and the cheap Chinese crap didnt even last a year. Put in a new CC one that should last a little longer

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Unread 09-28-2016, 02:01 PM   #412
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Can any of you guys post a picture of how you installed a voltage reducer on your DS? Maybe someone took pictures while they were working on their cart.

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My Voltage Reducer Installation Brackets
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Unread 09-28-2016, 03:35 PM   #413
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Replace the brake light switch . Put in a new light kit over the winter and the cheap Chinese crap didnt even last a year. Put in a new CC one that should last a little longer

Dont Buy Cheap !

Yep, my Nivel switch broke within a year, replaced it with a CC switch, has been fine ever since.
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Unread 12-31-2016, 12:07 AM   #414
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Default battery removal, corrosion mitigation

Removed center pair of 36V V-Glide batteries for access to replace connectors corroded away on F/R side of solenoid.
Improvised battery carriers using plastic strapping.
Corrosion and acid hole needs attention. Back in the dark ages,
I used CRC Zinc Re-Nu around battery boxes to improve corrosion resistance, but that works only for ferrous metals.
I guess that Rust-Oleum aluminum primer and truck bed coating will have to do,
after reinforcing with AL-riveted angle beneath and filling the hole with Hy-Poxy H-450 Alumbond or similar.
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Unread 12-31-2016, 12:20 AM   #415
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Bought some nice aluminum wheels. Yes I know I need to post more pics.
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Unread 12-31-2016, 06:17 AM   #416
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not much cleaned and waxed her up and charged the batteries up full getting ready to put her up for the winter
took the t-handle off the shifter and drilled a q ball out put a threaded insert in it for a shift knob it matches the cart real nice

also did the same thing to the wife's cart
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Unread 12-31-2016, 11:14 AM   #417
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Oh man! Beautiful buggies. I LOVE the orange one! I wanted those wheels but needed something more practical. Hell, I'd love the whole cart but it wouldn't be much use here especially today.
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Unread 12-31-2016, 01:08 PM   #418
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Oh man! Beautiful buggies. I LOVE the orange one! I wanted those wheels but needed something more practical. Hell, I'd love the whole cart but it wouldn't be much use here especially today.
yep it's to nice to take out in the snow but I have done it just to see what it would do and had no problems it has an a 11hp GE motor in it with a 650 amp controller and heavy duty f/r switch and solinoid also 2 gauge cables
wireless remote lights and horn
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Unread 12-31-2016, 01:23 PM   #419
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Just before Christmas I ordered the same seat covers. [Had an ebay coupon to use up.] ALMOST,.. ordered charcoal and orange but decided that since my cart won't have as much brightwork, black was a better choice for the primary color. Also better at hiding grease and sh%^ stains. I REALLY like your color choice and would have loved to have seen it before I ordered. Dig the f/w switch too. Thought those were made only for gassers. Did you adapt it?
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Unread 12-31-2016, 01:52 PM   #420
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Just before Christmas I ordered the same seat covers. [Had an ebay coupon to use up.] ALMOST,.. ordered charcoal and orange but decided that since my cart won't have as much brightwork, black was a better choice for the primary color. Also better at hiding grease and sh%^ stains. I REALLY like your color choice and would have loved to have seen it before I ordered. Dig the f/w switch too. Thought those were made only for gassers. Did you adapt it?
my seats are light gray with orange pleats
the shifter is made by ALLSPORTSLIFTKITS.COM it can be used on gas or electric it's all billet aluminum and stainless steel also has hiem joints for the shifting mechanism a real nice piece figured it would go good with all the polished stainless steel and billet aluminum on my cart
my orange body has metallic in it
I do all my own work including the seats been building carts for about 15 years since I retired from being a mechanic for 45 years the carts are much more fun to build and work on than cars
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