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How to make an old Golf Cart work again.
Ususally golf carts have 6 - 6 Volt batteries in them, If they are still good you can keep them, but if there not you will have to get rid of them.
The batteries in my golf cart were completely dead. I looked around online and at local stores for the cheapest new batteries I could find. I was go...
The motor in my cart was pretty much fine, only a little rust. I used WD40 on most of the moving parts. I still have to get some good grease for it ...
The speed control in my cart is really really old, it only has 3 speeds and if your going slow all the extra power is wasted in heat. I could get a n...
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