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LSU Tiger Bob
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South
Member since Sep 2011
2761 posts

Golf Cart.
What brand/make??? Gas or electric??? TIA


makersmark1
Auburn Fan
earth
Member since Oct 2011
10692 posts

re: Golf Cart.
Electric.

Gas carts are LOUD!!!!!!!


Bourre'
New Orleans Saints Fan
Da Parish
Member since Nov 2012
15222 posts

re: Golf Cart.
Club Car
Electric
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theone
LSU Fan
LSU
Member since Nov 2005
1042 posts

re: Golf Cart.
I like Yamaha because I like their dash the best.


geauxfortwo
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Livin the dream
Member since Jan 2018
1032 posts

re: Golf Cart.
I have a club car electric.


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carameldog
Member since Apr 2020
17 posts

re: Golf Cart.
E-Z GO with lithium batteries. These batteries do not require the maintenance of lead-acid and have an extensive warranty.


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CFDoc
LSU Fan
Member since Jan 2013
1543 posts

re: Golf Cart.
I have the Yamaha drive electric.

I then installed the riot kit from plowmans carts.

I then installed 100A-hr lithium batteries.

I recommend doing exactly the same thing on all accounts. Cart is a reliable beast that goes forever without charging.
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Mr. Blutarski
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Hattiesburg, MS
Member since Oct 2012
1485 posts
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re: Golf Cart.
2020 Yamaha electric. More headroom than the EZ-GO and Club Car. Ride is much smoother and the drive technology is nice going up hills.


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jamboybarry
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28354 posts

re: Golf Cart.
Club Car

Electric

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Shankapotamous
Auburn Fan
Member since Dec 2014
82 posts

re: Golf Cart.
I hate how loud most gas carts are also but must say the new Yamaha's are way quieter than the rest.


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rocket32484
LSU Fan
Member since Jan 2008
1373 posts

re: Golf Cart.
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have the Yamaha drive electric.

I then installed the riot kit from plowmans carts.

I then installed 100A-hr lithium batteries.


So you recommend a $12k golf cart?


barry
Cincinnati Fan
Location, Location, Location
Member since Aug 2006
48804 posts

re: Golf Cart.
Club Car electric i think is the best in general. Club car has an aluminum frame and will last a long time


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CFDoc
LSU Fan
Member since Jan 2013
1543 posts

re: Golf Cart.
I didn’t spend anywhere near $12k.

Bought the golf cart used. Sold the stock motor, controller, batteries, and solenoid for $1500.

Plowman sells Allied lithium for much less than retail.

I did all of the installation and programming myself.

Way less than $12k


barry
Cincinnati Fan
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Member since Aug 2006
48804 posts

re: Golf Cart.
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Bought the golf cart used. Sold the stock motor, controller, batteries, and solenoid for $1500.

Plowman sells Allied lithium for much less than retail.

I did all of the installation and programming myself.



So its' worse than recommending at 12k golf cart, you recommended a method that is complicated and takes electrical skill


CFDoc
LSU Fan
Member since Jan 2013
1543 posts

re: Golf Cart.
It was very easy. Bolt on, plug in, and go.

But if you’re a giant pussy that can’t work a screwdriver, socket wrench, and a windows computer, the yah, I guess you need to look elsewhere.
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bopper50
LSU Fan
Sugarland Texas
Member since Mar 2009
5271 posts

re: Golf Cart.
I got 15 good years out of my Yamaha, then sold it for 1500.00 and its still running for the guy that bought it.


I only changed the batteries once.


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