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#5560562 - 01/23/15 02:29 PM Buying Golf Cart Batteries
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Registered: 02/15/07
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Where is the best place to buy new batteries ?
Any recomended brands ?

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#5561678 - 01/24/15 08:03 AM Re: Buying Golf Cart Batteries [Re: throckmorton_hunter]
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For brands, Trojan is a perennial leader. However, US Battery has come on strong in recent years and is just as good.

If you maintain and take care of them a quality set of batteries will give you full performance for 5+ years. The same can not be said for the cheaper brands.
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#5561701 - 01/24/15 08:18 AM Re: Buying Golf Cart Batteries [Re: throckmorton_hunter]
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They can be found at Costco, Batteries +. any place that sells golf carts. I have been using 2 Trojans on my Toyhauler for 10 years and I am just on my second set.
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#5565442 - 01/26/15 11:58 AM Re: Buying Golf Cart Batteries [Re: throckmorton_hunter]
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I know electric cars use batteries that are sealed; meaning they do not need to have their water levels checks or water added. Is there a battery that can go in an electric ATV that can do this? I would like to purchase a bad boy buggie or equivalent electric 4 wheeler for hunting purposes, but if I let it sit during the summer, water will evaporate from the batteries. I'm assuming I'm not the only one in this boat, but maybe I am...

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