Electric Low Speed Vehicles (LSV’s) are becoming tremendously popular these days for a number of reasons. They are quiet, fun and relatively comfortable to drive, but more importantly, 2015 Golf Cart For Sale in South Africa they do not use fossil fuel. New LSV’s like the GEM and others can be very expensive though and not a practical purchase for those who would only use them occasionally or on weekends. Welcome the “lease turn in”, out of warrantee, golf course Fleet Vehicles (golf carts) to the rescue. Three year old Club Car, EZ-Go and others show up by the thousands at auctions across the US every year.
Some Gas Golf Carts For Sale end up in neighborhood classified ads or used car lots after a quick cosmetic makeover. Many of them make their way to “chop shops” where they are stripped of their original golf paraphernalia, jacked up, fitted with showy wheels, carbon fiber dashboards, plush upholstery and satellite radios. They have paint themes ranging from your favorite adult beverage to your alma mater’s team and such. A $1400 golf cart is magically transformed into a $6,000 “pride ride” for some lucky consumer.
The one thing under the fabulous makeover these vehicles usually have in common is the old batteries and components. The other thing is; Used Yamaha Gas Golf Cart For Sale they typically are set up to operate at really slow speeds (12 mph or so). You guys that have rented golf carts at your local course know why they do that. To operate on public roads and be categorized as a LSV, many municipalities require the vehicle to go 20 mph, and must be equipped with lights, seat belts and a horn. The lights and belts are pretty easy to deal with but getting your cart to go 20 mph is another story. Even if you are not trying to make it street legal, most users want the extra speed capability just to add more usefulness and enjoyment. 12 mph is just too painfully slow for most users. If you think that 12 mph is fast enough, give it a few weeks.
Whichever method you use to increase the speed of you golf cart, be sure to use good judgment and utilize proper safety equipment. Carting can be fun and functional for everyone and has many applications. Be safe enjoying your fast golf cart. Watch for more articles about golf cart upgrades and maintenance.
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To find a Harley Davidson Golf cart in pristine condition is truly a find. You will find Harley Davidson Golf Cart collectors all over the United States. The Harley Davidson company started building golf carts in 1963. They started out building both gas golf vehicles as well as electric cars.
The first Harley golf cars where three wheeled. The cart had 2 rear wheels and one center wheel in the front. The cart had a unique steering bar that was used instead of a steering wheel. This steering handle is actually called a tiller steering wheel. The three wheeled carts are less stable on hard turns than their four -wheeled cousins but the unique look of the cart make collectors salivate when they see a nice one. The electric carts were actually less popular and thus there are fewer of these carts in existence today.
The rear end on some of the carts were raised to give the cart a deep well. This well is where the golf club bags were placed. This particular model is known as the "Classic". These models also had only three wheels. Although the back was raised, this should not be confused with the lifted golf carts you sometimes see today.
The attraction for HD carts started to fade and production stopped ultimately in 1982. Since then, several companies have produced cheap quality Harley-Davidson golf cart replicas. For those wanting a an original, it is highly advisable to look into having an expert in golf cars look at the cart first.
Today people drive these street legal carts around golf courses and retirement villages. Owners are a still buying golf cart accessories for Harley Davidson Carts as many of these carts are still actively used. The restoration of these carts are not only fun but rewarding. There really is not a lot to a golf cart and the restoration of a HD car is not only fun but a fairly easy project. It is certainly much easier than trying to restore an automobile.
Golf Cart Battery Cables Exposed - Does Size Really Matter?
I own a golf cart dealership located in North Florida. We sell and service golf carts, both electric and gas powered. At our dealership there are far more electric powered golf carts that we repair than there are gas. I would say we see about a hundred electric carts to every gas powered in our service department. This isn't because gas cars are so much better and require less servicing.The reason for the mass difference is due to our location. We are in North Florida. Flat without any hills North Florida. We are also in a State that has been very "go green" friendly. Hence, not really a high demand for gas powered golf carts for the not so hilly greens. And right along with every electric golf cart is the golf cart's battery charger. We have walk-ins every week bringing us these chargers for us to diagnose.Sometimes the charger is just fine indicating that there is a problem on the golf cart which we then schedule for pickup. However, the majority of the time the initial plug in test indicates some sort of failure with the battery charger. There is a pretty good chance that the power surge demon attacked the battery charger. We live in an area of North Florida that has more than our fair share of electrical power surges. And if that's not bad enough we also experience a great number of afternoon thunderstorms accompanied by enough lightening that would have made Ben Franklin want to live here!I hope I have communicated these concepts in a positive way that helps us understand the need for a surge protector to be installed in the power circuit to the golf cart's battery charger. And in doing so you will prevent having to pay for costly repairs caused by the "electrical demons" of power surges and electrical spikes. With the end result of you saving money and taking better care of your golf cart. It is for these things why I write. I write for you and your understanding of your golf cart. Thank you for taking the time to read what I have to say. You honor me by doing so. OK, until next time we meet, get out there and enjoy your golf cart. After all, isn't that what you bought it for? MKR