Customizing Ezgo Txt Series Carts Is Not Such A Good Idea. Melted FNR Switch Results.
Customizing Ezgo Txt Series Carts Is Not Such A Good Idea. How do I know? What makes me the expert to say such a thing? I don’t proclaim to be “an expert” for we all know an “ex”, well is just that and a spurt is a far comparison to a stream! However, I do own a golf cart dealership. We see hundreds of golf carts every year as we repair them in our service department.
It is my experience and opinion based on real golf cart service that the two worst possible golf carts that anyone can do body lifts with large wheels and tires are any of the Club Car resistor and or v-glide, pre controller years and any of the Ezgo series carts. Don’t misunderstand me, they are good golf carts when they are used for what they were designed for. We need to be fair with Club Car and Ezgo. Two people with two golf club bags playing two rounds of golf prior to charging the batteries. That’s it! Nothing more and nothing less.Continue reading →
Why Did The Battery Terminal Melt On My Golf Cart’s Battery?
Why Did The Battery Terminal Melt On My Golf Cart’s Battery? This is a question that we get asked at the dealership quite a bit. And running neck and neck a close second is: “is this covered under warranty?”
There have been more than one individual who has been extremely disappointed with the correct “official answer” of no. This is a topic that many words have been used about, both verbal and written. I have covered this subject in numerous articles and in both of my books. Continue reading →
Want to know how to change a golf cart tire? Here’s step by step instructions showing us how to change the front wheel on a Club Car Precedent.
Several individuals who read my blogs will have to change one or more of their golf cart’s tires this year. We receive calls on numerous occasions requesting service to change a flat, out of round or bald tire(s) . Continue reading →
Things to do when you need to tow a malfunctioning golf cart.
We all love to use our golf carts when they work. Unfortunately there are times that they decide it’s quitting time and that they need a break. These times seldom ever happen at a convenient time. You know, like in your garage or at the cart barn. Yeah, like that'll ever happen.
The golf cart will usually break down during usage whether out on the back nine or while your kids have it down at the community center swimming in the pool. What do we do now? How do we get the darn (can’t use the words that most people say at these times!) thing back home? Or what do we need to do in order to get the golf cart back to the cart barn for service?
Here’s how to tell if you’re getting a good deal on a golf cart. Part 2
In the last blog we talked about one of the many instances of some well-intentioned people who, after coming to one of our dealerships, realized that the “good deal on a golf cart” that they thought or (worse yet) felt that they got wasn’t a good deal after all. We see this every week. Every week. Good people being taken advantaged of and oftentimes down right deceived when seeking a good deal on a golf cart. Continue reading →
Why did my golf cart battery terminal melt? Why isn’t this a warranty issue?
I own and operate a golf cart dealership with two locations. We see customers with puzzled looks on their faces and hot tempered steam rising from their foreheads concerning a new or relatively new battery that has melted terminal damage thinking that this issue is a warrant-able one. That’s understandable when they are facing the fact of having to spend another hundred bucks or more on a replacement battery when they just did that not too long ago.