golf cart batteries

  1. HotRodCarts

    Battery Watering Procedure

    Here's some info from the Trojan website on how to properly fill golf cart batteries... 1. Open the vent caps and look inside the fill wells. 2. Check electrolyte level; the minimum level is at the top of the plates. 3. If necessary add just enough distilled water to cover the plates at this...
  2. HotRodCarts

    Battery Watering Procedure

    Here's some info from the Trojan website on how to properly fill batteries... 1. Open the vent caps and look inside the fill wells. 2. Check electrolyte level; the minimum level is at the top of the plates. 3. If necessary add just enough distilled water to cover the plates at this time...
  3. HotRodCarts

    Battery Watering Procedure

    Golf Cart Battery Maintenance Here's some info from the Trojan website on how to properly fill batteries... 1. Open the vent caps and look inside the fill wells. 2. Check electrolyte level; the minimum level is at the top of the plates. 3. If necessary add just enough distilled water to...
  4. HotRodCarts

    Battery State of Charge Percentages & FAQ

    Golf Cart Battery State Of Charge Battery State of Charge Percentages 6-48 Volts Battery State of Charge Percentages 6-48 Volts Battery State of Charge Percentages 6-120 Volts Battery State of Charge Percentages 6-120 Volts
  5. HotRodCarts

    Battery State of Charge Percentages & FAQ

    Battery State of Charge Percentages 6-48 Volts Battery State of Charge Percentages 6-48 Volts Battery State of Charge Percentages 6-120 Volts Battery State of Charge Percentages 6-120 Volts Golf Cart Batteries
  6. HotRodCarts

    New Battery - Break In

    New golf cart batteries need a break in and should have about 25 "cycles" ( a charge and discharge) before they are used for extended run time. Maximum run time on new batteries should be 36 minutes. Using this method on new batteries should give you the best performance and life of the golf...
  7. HotRodCarts

    New Battery - Break In

    New golf cart batteries should have about 25 "cycles" ( a charge and discharge) before they are used for extended run time. Maximum run time on new batteries should be 36 minutes. Using this method on new batteries should give you the best performance and life of the golf cart batteries.
  8. HotRodCarts

    New Golf Cart Battery - Break In

    New Golf Cart Battery - Break In: New golf cart batteries require a break in period and should have about 25 "cycles" ( a charge and discharge) before they are used for extended run time. Maximum run time on new golf cart batteries should be 30-35 minutes. Never let the new golf cart batteries...
  9. HotRodCarts

    New Battery - Break In

    Golf Cart Batteries New batteries should have about 25 "cycles" ( a charge and discharge not less than 50%) before they are used for extended run time. Maximum run time on new batteries should be 36 minutes. Using this method on new batteries should give you the best performance and life of...
  10. HotRodCarts

    Golf Cart Battery Mantenance

    Electric Golf Cart Battery Maintenance and Storage Only add distilled water before charging if the level is below the plates. Then you would add until the plates are just covered. Then fill to proper level after fully charged. The level will rise as the batteries are charged. So if filled to...
  11. HotRodCarts

    Electric Golf Cart Battery Maintenance and Storage

    Electric Golf Cart Battery Maintenance and Battery Storage Only add distilled water before charging if the level is below the plates. Then you would add until the plates are just covered. Then fill to proper level after fully charged. The level will rise as the batteries are charged. So if...
  12. HotRodCarts

    Golf Cart Battery Mantenance and Storage

    Electric Golf Cart Battery Maintenance and Storage Only add distilled water before charging if the level is below the plates. Then you would add until the plates are just covered. Then fill to proper level after fully charged. The level will rise as the batteries are charged. So if filled to...
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