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Unread 02-13-2012, 04:27 PM   #11
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This is Disappointing. There has to be a Way??? :(
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Unread 02-13-2012, 04:31 PM   #12
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THOUSANDS?!?!?!?!?! HERE IN EASLEY S.C. they have some interstate "blemished" batteries for 65 apiece.... they have cosmetic defects but are still brand new....
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Well all of my 6v Batteries are Bad. I'm Sick of spending Thousands of dollars on Batteries.
Buy quality batteries and maintain them and you'll get years of good service. My first set lasted nine years to the month. I didn't go cheap when I bought replacements, and hope to get many years out of them. At $100 each for good batteries, you should easily be at less than $100/yr.
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I have figured you can run the best batteries for about $.050 a day... and that's only getting 4-5 years out of them like most people do. Go farther and the cost drops.
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so there is no way to Charge a 32 volt golf cart? Not even with a 12V Car Battery Charger?
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Money doesn't come too easy nowadays. :(
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I have figured you can run the best batteries for about $.050 a day... and that's only getting 4-5 years out of them like most people do. Go farther and the cost drops.
I paid $105 each for eight T-105s, so I figure if I get eight years out of them, that's $105/yr, or $0.2875 per day, accounting for leap years.

Battery prices seem to vary a lot regionally, and most folks just have six.
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so there is no way to Charge a 32 volt golf cart? Not even with a 12V Car Battery Charger?
Not if you have 8 volt batteries.
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What if I add (2) 6 volt in with 3 8volt to make 36v? How will that work?
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What if I add (2) 6 volt in with 3 8volt to make 36v? How will that work?
So you're gonna buy five batteries instead of six? Why not just buy six?
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