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Unread 04-19-2014, 09:04 AM   #51
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It's quite a bit tougher up here. A "custom" golf cart runs closer to 5-6k, and that usually just gets you a set of wheels. Plus buying one that's done is no fun......half the amusement is in building the thing yourself!
I hear you! Thats about how the cart situation is around here, big prices for carts worth little money. If you're looking for somethimg to be a project, this wouldn't be a bad way to go as long as you don't mind the wrenching and know what you're getting into. I definitely wouldn't give any more than $500 if the batteries are shot though.
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Unread 04-19-2014, 03:01 PM   #52
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Im with jjance on this one. Find yourself a nice cart with no or newer batteries and just drive it. Most people dont need the performance upgrades that some of us are doing. Have you asked yourself "Whats my main use going to be?" and "How much am I willing to spend?"
It gets expensive quick!

If this was just a cart used occasionally for golfing, I would tend to agree with you. I should mention, I actually already own an early 80's EZ-GO Txt, which I have been golfing with for 15 years. With this cart, I want a nice, custom looking unit to cruise around the lake. Pretty much going to replace my truck as my means of transport from the campsite, to the lake and all my buddies campsites.
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Unread 04-19-2014, 03:05 PM   #53
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ok go get the cart and keep us informed as to the upgrades ...
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Unread 04-19-2014, 04:48 PM   #54
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I had an 94 E Z Go Marathon. What a piece of junk. I gave it away.
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Unread 04-21-2014, 04:47 PM   #55
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Well, I went and checked out the cart today. The body is in good shape, couple minor dings and scratches, but nothing a quick spot of bondo and some sanding won't fix. I got the serial number, and here's where the plot thickens:

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From what I can tell, the serial number says this is a '95 36V cart. However, the motor is a 48 V, and so is the charger. Good thing?
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Unread 04-21-2014, 05:06 PM   #57
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The batteries read 14.09 V across the terminals of the 6 batteries hooked in series, and an average of 3.XX volts on each individual battery. We rolled the cart over to a plug in, and hooked the charger up. I retested the batteries across all 6, and the volts read 5.87, and kept dropping the longer I held the multimeter on them. Would this be a normal function of trying to charge dead batteries?
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Unread 04-21-2014, 05:09 PM   #58
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She's 48. Did you buy it?
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Unread 04-21-2014, 05:12 PM   #59
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Yep, that's a first year stock 48v cart...
That's also a newer style PD2 charger.
Did you pick it up?
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Yep, that's a first year stock 48v cart...
That's also a newer style PD2 charger.
Did you pick it up?
Nope, I told the guy I'd call him tonight. I wanted to confer with my new-found friends here to get some last minute advice. Based on what you guys see, would $500 be fair?
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