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Unread 05-10-2009, 10:45 PM   #1
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newb question here. looking on ezgos website the clays car and the work carts show to all have 300a controllers pushing lift kits and bigger tires. what is the diff in this vs what everyone here is pushing such as the 500a and up controllers? i have an '01 pds with a stock 300a controller i have been fixing up. i have lifted and put on bigger tires but i have not put in batteries yet. if a 300a works for new ezgos will it not work for me as well?
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Unread 05-10-2009, 11:23 PM   #2
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275 -300 is a stock controller.....
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Unread 05-11-2009, 10:32 AM   #3
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txd, what size tires did you put on it? I have a 2000 PDS with 22" tires and have been running the stock controller with no problem.
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i contacted curtis pmc and by the p/n and s/n its a 300a controller. i have done a 5" lift and 22" tires. now its just time to save up for the batts. about the only thing i will use it for is hauling myself and a deer or hog. and probably my brother or dad. our terrain is pretty mild minus 1 hill that is 50 yards long and still mild even for a 2wd truck but its a bit rocky. nothing huge, a stock cart could probably clear the rocks. here is a pic of what i started with. perfect condition minus the batts. and battery cables wich i have already replaced with 4ga.
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here is where it sits now just waiting on batteries and a cargo box i ordered. i borrowed my truck batt to test the lights i installed.

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Is this a 36V or 48V cart? IMO I would definitly spend my money on batteries now and would start saving afterwards for a bigger controller. From what I understand a bigger controller will give you more torque. My new Alltrax controller should be in this week. I'll let you know how much it helps.
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