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Unread 02-12-2018, 09:57 PM   #11
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Default Re: Stay electric or go gas??

Originally Posted by scottyb View Post
Gas = jump in, pull the choke, pump gas, crank & get it started, wait for it to warm up and go - versus sit down and press the peddle

Also, it is a misconception that batteries need to be drawn down to be recharged. Wet cell batteries are quite content to be kept at a full charge all the time. Batteries left in a discharge state will sulfate and lose storage capacity.
If you have these problems with your gas carts you need to stay electric. I own 4 gas carts and only 1 do I have to choke and that is once after it has been sitting a couple of weeks. As for warm up only if it is below 30 and that is only for a minute or so. Each his own but for this application I would go gas. Non ethanol fuel and either stable or sea foam. If you are worried about fuel age only put a half tank of fuel in on off months and run it when you can.
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