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Old 06-11-2009, 03:41 PM   #1
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Default If all else FAILS use a V-Glide..!!!

Thought I would share this with you all.
We have a Taylor Dunn that all of the solid state stuff got fried.
It was all very pricey if you could find it. So, we gutted the cart and
installed a V-glide.

Was so easy and cheap we did it again to a 97 yamaha with a
burnt up controller.
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Old 06-11-2009, 09:49 PM   #2
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Default Re: If all else FAILS use a V-Glide..!!!

Once you know how a series motor works you can install all kinds of controls. Same goes for a SEPEX. Good job.
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Old 06-12-2009, 07:17 AM   #3
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Default Re: If all else FAILS use a V-Glide..!!!

Roady,

Tell me, what is a sepex. I am wondering why more carts are not like the old pargo. I have two of those. They run great, never a problem and everything is simple. Just toggle switches. No BIG CLUNKY F&R switches.
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Old 06-12-2009, 08:20 AM   #4
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Default Re: If all else FAILS use a V-Glide..!!!

Quote:
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thought i would share this with you all.
We have a taylor dunn that all of the solid state stuff got fried.
It was all very pricey if you could find it. So, we gutted the cart and
installed a v-glide.

Was so easy and cheap we did it again to a 97 yamaha with a
burnt up controller.


hey robert .hows it going. I have a few ezgo carts 92--&----96 like to try that vglide you were talking about. The parts for the ezgo is a little pricey like you said . And any money saved is great.do you have any more info on what i have to change.-- and thats you'r place on 192 i'll be up that way in a few weaks have to stop by --thanks man
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Hey Roger,
Yes...I am on 192 and Dairy Road, behind office depot.
Come on by and say Hello.
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I'm In Fl But I Go Up To My Buddys House On 192 And 441 I'll Be There In A Few Weeks And I'll Stop By -- Have To Take The Harleys For A Ride. See Ya In A Few Weeks
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Old 06-12-2009, 12:55 PM   #7
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That will be great. Look for a parking lot full of golf carts to greyhounds and everything in between. Heck, we even have kiddie rides!!!
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Old 12-05-2009, 11:16 PM   #8
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Default Re: If all else FAILS use a V-Glide..!!!

hey, i know im digging up a old thread but any pictures of the v glide setup?

i have a 84' model B 3 wheeled truck im changing to 4 wheeled and not sure yet if im going to stay electric or some how goto gas. gas would be nice cause i want to take the truck camping to the desert and the beach.
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Hey I got a Taylor Dunn B2-48 I use here in the plant. Read your thread and what is a V Glide?
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