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 →
Not All Golf Carts Are The Same Just As Not All Cars Are The Same, Or All Motorcycles Are The Same,…
I ran into this again the other day when a women who has been in both our locations looking at our golf cart inventory and was down to a final decision. We have spoken to her about our multiple item check list which we perform on every golf cart before we place them in our showroom for sale. We spoke to her about our continual tech support after the purchase (Try calling the other guy a few days or weeks after you give him your money and see what happens. Ahhh, the beauty of a cell phone’s caller id!)
There's a wise, old saying: An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.
One of the very important things every golf cart owner should know is the importance of properly maintaining their golf cart. Making sure the scheduled maintenance services are performed whether their golf cart is electrically or gas powered. Maintenance services at the correct times are critical to the well being and overall performance of the golf cart. Continue reading →
The Golf Cart’s Electrical System Is Just That: A Comprehensive System.
The Golf Cart’s Electrical System Is Just That: A Comprehensive System. What do I mean when I make that statement? Let’s liken it to the automobile’s starting system. There are several components involved when you start your car. There is the ignition switch for you to turn the key and the key itself; the wiring from the ignition switch thru a safety neutral device that prevents you from starting the car in gear; the wiring from the safety neutral device to the starter solenoid switch; the battery and the starter motor and the battery cables to take the current to the starter motor and return back to the battery on the ground side. It is a comprehensive system which needs each and every part to function properly in order for your bride not to fuss at you because the car won’t start! :0)Continue reading →