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Unread 04-25-2013, 09:49 PM   #11
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Question Re: changing chargers ??

Why not make adapter for the one cart then like this, use the old end.





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Unread 04-25-2013, 10:02 PM   #12
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Why not make adapter for the one cart then like this, use the old end.
now that's an idea !!! but its backwards of what i need.. would still have to buy a receptacle
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U want the cart side then right?
Make one like this. The fitting's are about $8.00 + the cables.


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Default Re: changing chargers ??

LOL

I HAVE THIS



need it to plug into 70s cart
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I HAVE THIS



need it to plug into 70s cart
Then you need this.




It would be much cheaper to buy the SB connectors and make a jumper though.then use it like this.

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Then you need this.



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Wink Re: changing chargers ??

Since you have the EZGO plug. I assume you have the cart that it plugs into also. Take the newer plug off and install one of the SB connections. This is the old style Ezgo plugin's also. It should work on any 36 volt Ezgo cart.

Then make u a small jumper with the SB connection on one end and the newer D plug on the other.





Much cheaper parts also!
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Default Re: changing chargers ??

ya kinda missed the point of this topic ...
we (my work) have a fleet of 3 ezgo carts 2 have power wise chargers that work 1 is older and has a green faced ezgo charger thats got a bad transformer .. i wanted to know if i could just change the receptacle on the old one with out problems .. as i said we can use the 2 chargers to do all 3 carts and yes i could take the dead chargers plug and put it on one of the good chargers but it seems better to just change the old carts receptacle...
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ya kinda missed the point of this topic ...
we (my work) have a fleet of 3 ezgo carts 2 have power wise chargers that work 1 is older and has a green faced ezgo charger thats got a bad transformer .. i wanted to know if i could just change the receptacle on the old one with out problems .. as i said we can use the 2 chargers to do all 3 carts and yes i could take the dead chargers plug and put it on one of the good chargers but it seems better to just change the old carts receptacle...
That's what I'm trying to tell u. The plug in.

is about $90.00 new. If you can find a good used one then maybe worth it. I bought mine for $25.00 I got lucky!
The SB connections are cheap like $8.00 each.
If it's for work then go for it.
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they got em on E-Bay for $45.95 .. work pays anyway
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