|04-26-2010, 10:37 AM||#1|
Not Yet Wild
Join Date: Apr 2010
2000 Trans2 Power Issue
Think I have a pretty complex issue here and hoping someone here can help. I recently got a trans2 (GEM now owns the company, but mine was not made by GEM) cart that is not working. The previous owner, purchased this in working condition but after about 2 weeks it went under. She took it to a local shop, where after much run around she was told that it would cost her 3k to fix! Basically she needed 2 new batteries that are 750 a pop, and a portion of the charging system that was another 1500. She obviously did not do this and I recently got it for nothing to see if I could make it work for me.
Basically, I am looking for a couple of things if anyone can help. First off, does the story above sound legit? Would this cart need specific batteries? Why couldn't we use just standard batteries for this cart?
Also, I am going to dig into this thing...could the problem be so complex as described by the shop that it would cost that much?
Is it difficult to modify one of these so it runs on gas instead?
Anyone with some knowledge or resources they may have would be much appreciated, hoping to get this running for my family but also don't want it to be a space taker in our garage.
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