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Silent Thunder's New wheels & tires ? #4117619 03/13/13 12:24 AM
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Were ordered today , can't wait to mount them 22x11x12 grin




Re: Silent Thunder's New wheels & tires ? [Re: udamdan] #4117675 03/13/13 12:47 AM
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Nice!


Re: Silent Thunder's New wheels & tires ? [Re: BgBkHunter] #4119228 03/13/13 06:17 PM
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Very nice, was curious how your lift kit was holding up? Recently picked up a cart myself and was considering doing the block style lift as well. Is yours 36V or 48V? I was concerned with power going up and down terrain.


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Re: Silent Thunder's New wheels & tires ? [Re: Fltmedic] #4119933 03/14/13 12:12 AM
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Originally Posted By: Fltmedic
Very nice, was curious how your lift kit was holding up? Recently picked up a cart myself and was considering doing the block style lift as well. Is yours 36V or 48V? I was concerned with power going up and down terrain.


We have a 1983 Ezgo Marathon 36V with a 5" block lift that has held up great !

Be sure and have good batteries and it will go up & down most terrain grin

Re: Silent Thunder's New wheels & tires ? [Re: udamdan] #4120438 03/14/13 04:26 AM
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Good to know, was also considering upgrading wires to help out. Read your post about the wire upgrade helping so that's on the list.


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Re: Silent Thunder's New wheels & tires ? [Re: Fltmedic] #4124075 03/16/13 12:16 AM
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Be sure and change any bad wires as they are cheap on ebay !

Here it is with the new tires & wheels grin


Re: Silent Thunder's New wheels & tires ? [Re: udamdan] #4124271 03/16/13 02:33 AM
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That looks great Dan.


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Re: Silent Thunder's New wheels & tires ? [Re: HuntingTexas] #4127228 03/17/13 11:26 PM
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Touched it up today , can ya'll tell how ? hehe grin



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Looking good, like the "accent" in the paint job! pretty sweet, gonna get some new cables ordered, and may need new batteries we will see what happens after I replace the wires. Also gonna get a lift kit/tire combo. Looking at another cart that is 48V that needs new batteries. So the plan is to have his/hers hopefully the wife doesn't kill me!


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ebay is your best bet on replacement cables & lift kits ....& try Craigslist on batteries Fltmedic up

Re: Silent Thunder's New wheels & tires ? [Re: udamdan] #4127702 03/18/13 03:06 AM
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I'm gonna get a battery tester and keep an eye out for some good used batteries. I'm considering heading to Georgetown to pick up some used batteries for $300, (4x12V Trojans) for the 48V. They're sold by a golf cart dealer up there, gonna check locally first of course. Thanks again for the information your cart is looking good, gives me inspiration to get the current one going.


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Be careful on the good used batteries & buy them new if ya can, check craigslist in your area for Trojan's .

Also oven cleaner works great when cleaning corrosion & rust in the battery compartment grin

Good luck on your restore and call me anytime Fitmedic up

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Thanks Udamdan, I'm keeping an eye out. Been looking online for lift kit and tire combo. Thought I may have found a cheaper seperate set but the tires were 25" which will not fit under the 4" lift kit. I'll have to stick with the combo kit for now. Did you install a new controller in your cart?


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Originally Posted By: Fltmedic
Thanks Udamdan, I'm keeping an eye out. Been looking online for lift kit and tire combo. Thought I may have found a cheaper seperate set but the tires were 25" which will not fit under the 4" lift kit. I'll have to stick with the combo kit for now. Did you install a new controller in your cart?


No I did not change the controller

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