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Unread 01-06-2012, 06:53 PM   #11
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Thanks TDAWG for the input. That's right on with what the makers of the Beast 48 cart told me.
I believe ScottyB has the remedy to the possible concerns you mentioned. Like you said, all it takes is money.
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Unread 01-06-2012, 07:04 PM   #12
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55,383 threads, and carp hijacks mine.
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Unread 01-06-2012, 07:18 PM   #13
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I can speak for the GE Beast on 48 volts, 650 amp Alltrax, stock gearing, 23" tires. Speed is right at 20 mph and will pull any hill. The only thing that you need to worry about is brakes and EZ-GO hubs, but you are going to have to worry about that with any of the options. Anything is fixable if you throw some money at it.
TDAWG check out my new Pinch Hubs for Ezgos...
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Thanks TDAWG for the input. That's right on with what the makers of the Beast 48 cart told me.
I believe ScottyB has the remedy to the possible concerns you mentioned. Like you said, all it takes is money.
Best bet for the hub issue is the mechanical disc break kit. More power means more breaks. Drum breaks $uck in every direction. Scottyb set me up with 4-wheel hydraulic disc breaks but if you just need torque the disc breaks will be great.
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Unread 01-06-2012, 09:01 PM   #15
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Andy, roughly how much run time do you get with your (6) 12s?
Back when they were new about 6 hrs. I could ride it all day at the beach. That's running around pretty much just cruising. I had them as 72 volts not 36.
These aren't car 12 volts though. They are group 34's which are extreme deep cycles for boats and such. The cart ran like this for several years.

Back of cart.

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OK I still want to go to 48 volts. Does anyone know if a curtis 2586 will support 48 volt. I planned to upgrade the wires to 4.0 ga. more batteries f&r switch solenoid and resistor.
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D&D ES-58. 23-25mph on 23's and will pull anything.....let me find a pic
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48 volts alltrax 650. beat all the stock rhinos
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48 volts alltrax 650. beat all the stock rhinos


I like it! That is awsume. What batteries are you running?
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