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Old 06-14-2019, 07:51 PM   #11
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Default Re: A different 48-12v reduction issue

Get a 5 wire one
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Old 06-14-2019, 10:02 PM   #12
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Get a 5 wire one
Yes, and more amps if Op is running a radio and stuff, too....
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Default Re: A different 48-12v reduction issue

And one that has both a switched and a constant voltage output in case your Radio needs that for presets.
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I concur.

It saves having to wire in a relay or separate switch if you get the 5 wire reducer in the first place. Also, as Nole said, I would advise getting a 20 or 30 Amp reducer from the get go. Often you think you'll only have a particular accessory but then over time you decide to add more. With the bigger reducer (for not much more money) you can add just about anything.

This is a good one https://www.revolutiongolfcars.com/p...-amp-universal
or this https://www.revolutiongolfcars.com/p...v-to-12v-30amp

I know they are more expensive than the little Amazon ones but IMHO, it's worth it.

Ended up buying the Volt 2000/2001 plug n play.. much better. Lights and stereo now a go. (and keyed)

Picked up a 98 Club car for parts..has new wheels, windshield, cooler carrier..lol..canopy, and more, for dirt cheap. Had to modify the windshield a bit, but it works well and the seat is in much nicer shape.
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Ended up buying the Volt 2000/2001 plug n play.. much better. Lights and stereo now a go. (and keyed)

Picked up a 98 Club car for parts..has new wheels, windshield, cooler carrier..lol..canopy, and more, for dirt cheap. Had to modify the windshield a bit, but it works well and the seat is in much nicer shape.
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