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Unread 06-27-2014, 03:28 PM   #11
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they made the V-glide in 48v from 1995~2003

Oh snap! (Pun intended) :) ...how the heck did they keep the vglide from crapping out! I wanted to convert my 36v vglide to 48v but was told the vglide is the weak point and cant handle it. It takes big money to switch over to a solid state.


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Unread 06-27-2014, 04:10 PM   #12
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Oh snap! (Pun intended) :) ...how the heck did they keep the vglide from crapping out! I wanted to convert my 36v vglide to 48v but was told the vglide is the weak point and cant handle it. It takes big money to switch over to a solid state.


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There's two types of V-glide, one like yours which actually flows all the voltage through it, and the other type like the solid state 36 and 48 volt carts had, which have resistors stepped up the contacts on the back to give a the conroller a 0-5K ohm reading.
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There's two types of V-glide, one like yours which actually flows all the voltage through it, and the other type like the solid state 36 and 48 volt carts had, which have resistors stepped up the contacts on the back to give a the conroller a 0-5K ohm reading.

Thanks for the education! <thumbs up> ...just when I thought there was nothing more to learn about Vglides!


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Hey CTD - that's an awesome graphic!! What document did that come from. I've been trying to find this in all the parts catalogs with no luck!
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2001/2002 DS Club Car parts manual

if you need copy of any cc parts manual i now have full PDF library 75 ~ 13
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Pictured above is a multi-step potentiometer...... it's not a true potentiometer or a V glide... but it works in a rudimentary fashion. This is what CC used from 1997-1999
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They were also on the 93 and 94 36 volt solid state carts, and I've seen them on some newer 48 volt carts than 99.
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