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Old 12-21-2019, 05:59 PM   #21
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Yes, golf course. How long do you figure you can go an a charge. I don’t really trust any manufacture website claims on distance. Interested to hear you experience. I’m about to have to replace my batteries. I really would like to go to lithium. Either new lithium elite or drop in options. Once or twice a week I play 36 or more holes plus run to range. It would be nice to have a cart that can keep up with me.
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Old 12-21-2019, 10:03 PM   #22
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Yes, golf course. How long do you figure you can go an a charge. I don’t really trust any manufacture website claims on distance. Interested to hear you experience. I’m about to have to replace my batteries. I really would like to go to lithium. Either new lithium elite or drop in options. Once or twice a week I play 36 or more holes plus run to range. It would be nice to have a cart that can keep up with me.
Today I installed the new batteries.
Tomorrow I’ll play 18th holes and report.

I don’t really need to have high mileage; my main reason to go lithium is the idea to reduce weight, better speed and many years before replacing batteries again.

IMO: 36 holes are easily playable with 80Ah. How long is your total mileage. Plus the charging time to full is 2 hours aprox.
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Old 12-21-2019, 10:36 PM   #23
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Today I installed the new batteries.
Tomorrow Iíll play 18th holes and report.

I donít really need to have high mileage; my main reason to go lithium is the idea to reduce weight, better speed and many years before replacing batteries again.

IMO: 36 holes are easily playable with 80Ah. How long is your total mileage. Plus the charging time to full is 2 hours aprox.
No sure total mileage but by the time I play 36 and come back and for to the house a couple of times Iím usually out of juice. I would like to be able to come back and for to the clubhouse afterwards or get a couple of extra holes.
Iím on my third set of batteries in 6 years. Iím lucky I get to play a lot of golf. Haha. So, longevity with lithium is important to me also.
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Old 12-21-2019, 10:39 PM   #24
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No sure total mileage but by the time I play 36 and come back and for to the house a couple of times I’m usually out of juice. I would like to be able to come back and for to the clubhouse afterwards or get a couple of extra holes.
I’m on my third set of batteries in 6 years. I’m lucky I get to play a lot of golf. Haha. So, longevity with lithium is important to me also.
WOW! My set, Trojans, lasted 5 years.
Last 2 months I was barely finishing 18 holes and returning home.
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Old 12-21-2019, 11:10 PM   #25
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WOW! My set, Trojans, lasted 5 years.
Last 2 months I was barely finishing 18 holes and returning home.
I had the original US batteries replaced now on my second set of Trojans. Thinking the lithiums would be a good long term investment
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Old 12-22-2019, 10:00 PM   #26
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Today I played 18 holes plus the ride to and from the club (2 miles total) and the charge is 85%
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Old 12-24-2019, 05:50 PM   #27
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Today I played 18 holes plus the ride to and from the club (2 miles total) and the charge is 85%
Sounds pretty good. Be interested to find out how far those might go.
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Old 12-24-2019, 08:09 PM   #28
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Hello, just curious if your Allied's are still working well? I'm getting ready to order them for my Precedent.
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Old 12-25-2019, 06:57 PM   #29
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Hello, just curious if your Allied's are still working well? I'm getting ready to order them for my Precedent.
Hi I haven’t used my cart because of the holidays. So far I can say it looks great, the weight difference is noticeable and as I mentioned in my post above the expected mileage is promising.

I can tell that I was driving 27.3 miles per hour!!! - due to the Controller and the loss of weight. And there was not a single thing due to amp demand even when pushing the pedal from 0

Go ahead. They have 7 years warranty.
IMHO I wouldn’t get anything less than 80Ah
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Old 12-26-2019, 08:51 AM   #30
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Hi I havenít used my cart because of the holidays. So far I can say it looks great, the weight difference is noticeable and as I mentioned in my post above the expected mileage is promising.

I can tell that I was driving 27.3 miles per hour!!! - due to the Controller and the loss of weight. And there was not a single thing due to amp demand even when pushing the pedal from 0

Go ahead. They have 7 years warranty.
IMHO I wouldnít get anything less than 80Ah
sorry if i missed it.....are you using their lithium charger? stock motor?

thanks for the feedback ...i too am thinking about the 80ah.
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