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Old 12-25-2019, 05:45 PM
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We would very much like to know where to go for a complete battery replacement. Also any particular brand name? Thank you very much.
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Me to. I just inherited a 36 Volt Club Car. It's beautiful but its get up and go got up and went. The stamp on the battery post says 07. Is it possible? It does 17mph flat out on level ground and doesn't like hills to much. Help. I should have read all those Golf Cart Battle Threads.
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I have used them for both our carts. Very professional with competitive pricing/warranty.



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Me to. I just inherited a 36 Volt Club Car. It's beautiful but its get up and go got up and went. The stamp on the battery post says 07. Is it possible? It does 17mph flat out on level ground and doesn't like hills to much. Help. I should have read all those Golf Cart Battle Threads.
If your batteries are stamped 2007 they are most certainly shot. Lead-Acid golf cart batteries typically last 5-7 years max. Lithium-Ion golf cart batteries can last 10-15 years (and are a popular, but new technology).

Check out our offering of OEM replacement Lead-Acid Trojan golf cart batteries.

And also our Lithium Golf Cart Batteries from ALLIED lithium.

Keep in mind, we will price match any competitor for our TOTV forum members!

And if you have any battery questions we have some good articles on them too:

++All About Golf Cart Batteries
++Why Lithium Golf Cart Batteries are the Future

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Battery Boys...hands down the best.
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Battery Boys is also my choice for you. They recently put in new Trojan batteries in my 2007 Club car. I was going to sell it, but it is like new. Never been on a golf course. Wife used to drive it to aerobics, but likes taking her Mini. You can't lose with them.(Be careful, there is a Battery Brothers also) I have never used them. Battery Boys have been around a while.

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The Trojan brand of batteries is not what they used to be. My original set (8 6v) (2010) lasted 6 years. My second set, Trojan T-105, "identical" to the original lasted only 3 years. I was told that Trojan was sold, and their batteries are no longer the high quality they were previously known for. Now I have a new set of Deka batteries from Battery Brothers. They guarantee for 2 years, and so far, so good.
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