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Unread 03-29-2013, 01:12 PM   #1
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Default Crown Batteries??

Thanks for the Great site and all the info.

We have a 07 Yamaha Drive with 4x12 T1275. Going to change over to 6x8 looking at crown batteries.Local dealer has (165a/hr) battery in stock,the 190a/hr needs to be special order same deal with interstate they only stock 170 a/hr batteries need to special order 183/ahr.

The better batteries are only a couple dollars more should I hold out for the better batteries. We have two courses the farthest is 3 miles round trip from the house.Live in AZ which is a tough climate on batteries.

Everything I read says the controller and motor will be fine using 6x8 any other opinion's on this?

Can't believe they don't stock the better batteries what's another $50. when your already spending $800-900 for batteries.

Thanks for any help.
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Unread 03-29-2013, 02:04 PM   #2
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Default Re: Crown Batteries??

to BGW -- best cart site on the web !

Now , I understand you have a 48 volt Yamaha and are asking about changing over from 4- 12 volt to 6-8 volt batts. Being most people want max . Run time on a electric cart I would suggest to go with 8- 6 volt batts that will give you much better run-time ( higher amp/ hr rate ) then 6-8 volt , I am doing my Ezgo cart changing from36 volt to 48 volt using 8 -6 volt and going with 260 amp/hr Crowns and changing my 36 volt solenoid to 48 volt and adding a 400 amp Alltrax controller you can fit the extra battery under the seat and the other batt in bag well , there are threads on site to show you how to do this !
Crowns are just as good or better then Trojan , but I would not opt for a cheap
Battery , The batts are the heart & soul of the cart if you cheap out on batts you will regret it
Good luck

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Unread 03-29-2013, 04:14 PM   #3
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Default Re: Crown Batteries??

Crown makes good batteries get the biggest AH rated battery you can afford that fits CR190 is standard size.
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