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Unread 04-17-2014, 09:00 PM   #11
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That was my next question. Is there any way to throw some juice at it with a car charger, just to see if the tires will turn?

I asked for a price over the phone, and the guy tossed out $750. I'm thinking if it needs batteries, $300ish seems a little closer?
No more than $500 if it needs batts!
A DS is an excellent cart to have and upgrade; looks like a good start for sure...
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Unread 04-17-2014, 09:03 PM   #12
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300 is probably a little low. 750 isn't bad. I'd take 500 cash with me
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Unread 04-17-2014, 09:06 PM   #13
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300 is probably a little low. 750 isn't bad. I'd take 500 cash with me
I'm good with that.

I'm freaking excited to start on this. I'm a huge mod sled guy, and with winter wrapping up, I need a new project to tinker with. This seems like the perfect summer toy at the lake.
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That was my next question. Is there any way to throw some juice at it with a car charger, just to see if the tires will turn?

I asked for a price over the phone, and the guy tossed out $750. I'm thinking if it needs batteries, $300ish seems a little closer?
I wouldn't try to test it there. If something were to happen to the cart or yourself while you tried to test it, it would be a huge liability for the seller. Chances are that the seller won't let you try to test anything anyway.
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Yes, good point.

If this was a early 90's DS, would it be 36v then?
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Yes, good point.

If this was a early 90's DS, would it be 36v then?
48v carts came out in 1995. The serial number will tell a lot...
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Absolutely. Unfortunately the seller is no where near the cart, and really doesn't know anything about it. I guess his wife inherited a farm, and this was on it. He snapped some pictures and that was it. I'm just trying to do my research before heading out there.

I appreciate all the comments so far!
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Unread 04-18-2014, 12:45 PM   #18
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I'm pretty sure its between a 94-96. Could be 36 could be 48
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I'm pretty sure its between a 94-96. Could be 36 could be 48
except for the cleat guards on rear it's exactly like my 93
i see a claw foot plug so i'd say 36v
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I noticed that it does not have the motor/controller cover under the sweater basket. It does, however, have the newer steering wheel. My 96 had the cover, so I would guess between 92-95...
Also the front cowl is the newer style...
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