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Cheapest Place To Buy Golf Cart Batteries

Well, I did .... after 15 years of owning a golf cart, I replaced myExide golf cart batteries with cheaper golf cart batteries from Napa. Iwas in the store buying something else when I saw this special - six 6volt golf cart batteries for $425. (Actually, this price is if you turnin your old batteries, which I did.)

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I've had my Napa discount golf cart batteries for 4 years now and they still hold a strong charge and get me across town. Of course I practice a good maintenance program and perform correct battery charging.

Many first-time buyers are surprised by the price of golf carts relative to more mainstream vehicles. Golf carts are not cheap! All the more reason to do your due diligence to help increase the chances that the cart you get will end up being a good investment for your money and lifestyle.

Before considering buying a used golf cart (or any golf cart, for that matter), make sure you familiarize yourself with the golf cart licensing requirements in your state, as well as local laws and community ordnances regarding the use of golf carts on public or private roads.

In many places, your golf cart will need to be modified to be permitted to drive on public roads. Some places require the addition of a street legal kit, while other places only allow gas-powered carts to use public roads.

When buying a used golf cart, some prospective buyers take a golf cart for a short spin around a parking lot and call it good. Even worse, they buy a golf cart without riding it at all, or sight unseen.

An essential part of the process of buying a used golf cart that is frequently overlooked (due to time constraints, cost, or just pure laziness) is taking a prospective vehicle to a trusted shop or dealer to have it professionally inspected.

Why? Unlike traditional gas vehicles, there are a few components in a golf cart that can seem perfectly fine to you in a test-drive, but that can quickly end up costing you hundreds, if not thousands of dollars in a very short time period.

As touched on previously, assessing the health of the batteries should be a top priority. If you lack the tools, skills, and expertise to properly inspect golf cart batteries, critical deficiencies can easily be missed.

All golf carts require a battery to start or power the engine. However, the cells will eventually wear, and you will need to get new ones. Knowing the cost of the average battery replacement is critical for ensuring you choose the right battery.

Golf cart batteries vary in quality. Some batteries are cheaper compared to others. The cheaper batteries usually have lower ampere ratings, voltage, and quality control compared to the high-end ones.

Not only does LUXE Electric Car Custom Build them right here in the desert, but their showroom, located at 74-125 Hwy 111, Palm Desert, is open and ready to help you decide what style and extras you want for your next new golf cart.

As one of the leading electric golf cart companies in the United States, they are also the trailblazers for innovation, including the power plants. Seeing the future in power shifting from Lead Acid Batteries to Lithium, LUXE Electric Car can not only fit your new car with batteries that need no maintenance, a warranty of five years and change the life of up to 100 miles between charging, but they can retro-fit existing carts with Lithium Batteries.

A good golf cart battery will provide consistent mileage and a long cycle life. You need to be able to recharge it and discharge it hundreds, if not thousands of times to get a satisfying performance.

Your electric cart will take 6, 8, or 12V batteries. Its volt electrical drive system will have a 36V or 48V system. To find out which type your cart takes, check the battery compartment. There will be 3, 4, or 6 holes. Multiply by two, and that is your cart's voltage capability.

If you are in the market to purchase an electric golf cart, then the simplest thing to do first and foremost is considering the age of your golf cart batteries. This is important due to many consumers being misled as to the age of the batteries in the cart they are purchasing. At times, a consumer will be told by a private party or dealer that the batteries are brand new when in fact they are 3 to 4 years old. Take this picture for example:

Voltage is great to know, however the true knowledge lies with the total amperage in a battery pack. To get a better idea of what amperage is like in a car, let us discuss the relationship between Horsepower and MPG. Horsepower within a car determines the acceleration and power of your car. If there is no fuel in the car though, then the vehicle is not going to go anywhere. That is the importance of MPG and also how big your gas tank is in your car. It determines how far you can travel before having to fill up the tank. Well, amperage in a golf cart is like the gas tank in your car. It will determine how far you can travel on a single charge in an electric golf cart. The more amperage in a battery pack, the further you can drive before having to charge.

A 6 volt golf cart battery can be identified by seeing batteries with 3 cell caps on top of the battery indicating 2 volts per cell. Generally speaking, a single 6 volt battery will have the highest amperage capacity and will allow for the greatest range in an 8-6 volt battery system.

An 8 volt golf cart battery can be identified by seeing batteries with 4 cell caps on top of the battery indicating 2 volts per cell. Generally speaking, a single 8 volt battery will have moderate amperage capacity. 6-8 volt battery packages are the most commonly seen battery packs seen in electric golf carts. For instance, Club Car golf cart batteries and Yamaha golf cart batteries are typically a 6-8 volt system.

A 12 volt battery can be identified by seeing batteries with 6 cell caps on top of the battery indicating 2 volts per cell. A single 12 volt golf cart battery will have the least amperage capacity and is commonly used in 72 volt battery systems which are not terribly common among golf carts. EZGO golf cart batteries are known to be use 4-12 volt battery systems in some of their golf cart models.

Electric golf cars come with two major forms of battery charger types. Some will have an off-board charger that resides in your garage to be plugged in when you return home. Others will have an on-board charger that is able to be plugged into any regular outlet with an extension cord (we recommend the extension cord to be at least a 16 gauge and the shorter the better). To charge a golf cart, PLUG IT IN AFTER EACH USE. It is damaging to your batteries to not charge them after every use. Even if you only drove it 1 mile. To begin charging, plug your golf cart in with your charger and let the charger run until it turns off. Chargers will turn off after a battery pack has been fully charged. If your charger has been on for 24 hours straight, then unplug it and contact your local golf cart dealer to see if you have a battery or charger issue.

A good example of why you consider paying more for replacement is the case for lithium-ion batteries versus the more traditional and less expensive lead acid battery. A lead acid battery can weigh as much as 130 pounds and averages around 65 pounds. A lithium-ion battery averages 28 pounds. Less weight means your cart will be able to haul more weight at a greater speed. And, they are capable of holding a single full charge for a year instead of losing a charge slowly over time. Also, some lithium batteries carry a lifetime warranty and can deliver up to 5000 cycles versus the typical 100-500 cycles for a lead acid battery.

Even with a 500-cycle lead acid battery cart, that means replacing the power source 10 times more than the lithium-ion model. Granted, lithium-ion batteries are expensive, but they are also maintenance-free, so you can spend more time playing instead of filling water and cleaning terminals on your lead acid batteries. When it comes to cart batteries you truly do get what you pay for. Be aware though, lithium batteries need to be charged properly. Not every charger is built to charge lithium batteries as well.

We have all been there when we are trying to determine how much do the batteries in you golf cart can cost. Pricing varies from pack to pack. The general consensus for golf cart battery replacement ranges from $600 on the low end to $1600 on the high end. If you are buying batteries in the lower end of the price range, then they are most likely cheap golf cart batteries that will not last as long (you really do get what you pay for when it comes to batteries). Some packs cost as much as $2500 when you start dealing with 72 Volt systems and sealed for lithium batteries. But, for the typical lead acid battery pack, $900 to $1500 is about the norm. This price range is assuming you are working with a local golf cart dealer.

Of the 48 Volt systems, the 4-12 Volt system is typically the least expensive (not always) since only 4-12 Volt deep cycle batteries are required. However the 4-12 Volt system has the least range. The more lead and the heavier the battery pack as a whole typically leads to a more expensive but higher quality battery pack. And a higher quality battery pack will have a longer life for your golf cart and generally better performance in terms of range.

Most golf courses with electric cart fleets use lead acid batteries because they get a great price by buying in quantity, they have cart barn employees to perform all the maintenance and with newer carts they have state-of-the-art chargers that will keep a trickle charge going when the carts are not being used and prevent any overcharging.

All of that said, we recommend you shop for replacement batteries locally instead of buying from a website. There are several benefits that come with this recommendation. First and foremost, you can talk directly with a professional and get your questions answered about the right type and brand battery for your specific cart and pattern of use. The same expert can work the numbers to show you whether you should invest in a lithium-ion product swap. Additionally, you will have no concern about shipping and can probably arrange both delivery and installation, so you are not schlepping very heavy batteries that could present a hazard if mishandled. Lastly, buying locally allows you to see the batteries upfront and ensure they are brand new by checking the year and month they were manufactured. 041b061a72

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