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Unread 03-26-2014, 09:21 PM   #11
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that product is no different than my DPI charger
That's essentially correct - if you are using the cart a lot (fairly long distances every day) then a bulk charger (AKA beast) is the only option. Golf courses in high season typically run a minimum of two rounds per cart per day - so the large chargers are required.
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Unread 03-26-2014, 09:27 PM   #12
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That's essentially correct - if you are using the cart a lot (fairly long distances every day) then a bulk charger (AKA beast) is the only option. Golf courses in high season typically run a minimum of two rounds per cart per day - so the large chargers are required.
And some of us (me) don't have a DPI charger. My big charger does not have a maintenance feature and is not a desulfanizer like the $80 Save a Battery unit.
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Unread 03-26-2014, 09:33 PM   #13
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And some of us (me) don't have a DPI charger. My big charger does not have a maintenance feature and is not a desulfanizer like the $80 Save a Battery unit.
This is true, I bought mine when I did the conversion. I wanted both in one unit.
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Unread 03-28-2014, 04:20 PM   #14
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This is what I am using and it works great. The night before I leave the coast, I charge the cart with the regular charger. The next morning before I leave, I disconnect the charger and hook up the maintainer. Sometimes it is hooked up as long as 4 weeks before I get back. It keeps them 100%.

http://shop.saveabattery.com/48-VOLT...se-2365-48.htm
Awesome this is what I decided to go with. I know some of you have posted results of using this product, but I will as well. I am also going to be replacing the battery pack and hopefully adding a spare battery for all the accessories. Just not to sure what type of battery to get yet. I was looking for something small and light but it has to hold up to jamming music on the cart (10 inch bazooka tube) and all the lights as well. Any advice on that?
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