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November 21, 2010

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Gebraucht Golfschlaeger

Golf carts are usually managed by six lead-acid batteries mounted on a metal rack under the seat. 36-volt system has six 6 volt and 48 volt charging system has six 8 volt battery voltage. This type of water is distilled golf cart battery added periodically. Each golf cart used by the owner of the wagon in a different way and this model determines how often the batteries need to be maintained. If you use the golf car 5-7 days a week to play golf, work at home or at work, you need to check the water level of each battery every 10-14 days. If you use it less, it is important to check the batteries at least once a month. We do not recommend that you add another battery acid.

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