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Unread 04-25-2016, 11:36 AM   #1
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Default batt cables, #2 vs #4. EZGO 36v possibly 42V

Ordering the new batts this week, duracell (DEKA) 230 ah. Ordering new cables as well from Scotty B.
97 TXT DCS, 400 A DCX controller, stock height tires, stock motor, 36 v (and will either go to 42 v or keep at 36 v next season, not going 48 v), will then add solenoid. Will add rear seat next season, primary use is up and down a good hill, then grass and asphalt, person hauler, short runs spaced throughout the day. I recently cut the original environmental cover in half so the controller is in the stock position.
2 questions please, should I go #2 or #4 AWG, price seems to be the same, also assuming no aftermarket controller (for length).

If I go 42 V next season, I will just pick up the additional Cable then.
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Unread 04-25-2016, 11:59 AM   #2
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Default Re: batt cables, #2 vs #4. EZGO 36v possibly 42V

4g is good for the stock motor and for 400a controls.
2g is good for aftermarket motors and 500a controls.
You can use 2g with stock motor, no problem.
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Default Re: batt cables, #2 vs #4. EZGO 36v possibly 42V

thanks Scotty, seems the price will about the same, would that make the #2AWG favorable? also, any chance of receiving them by the weekend, I could buy over the phone or however with a Credit Card, unless you would rather have a check, I live in ohio.
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Ordinarily I would say absolutely yes. But tomorrow is our last shipping day this week. There's a good change they will ship if ordered this AM
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