Golf Carts For Sale
Are you looking for a great deal on Golf
Carts For Sale? Maybe you and your family dream of lifted golf carts, custom golf carts, custom
lifted golf carts, lifted 4x4 golf carts, lifted utility golf carts, heavy duty commercial golf carts, a lifted
hunting buggy, off road lifted golf carts, and much more!
So, after you have bought a golf cart now you can customize your new golf cart with the many
golf cart accessories available on the market. Some of the golf cart accessories available today include
golf cart lift kits, rear seat kits, cargo beds, front brush guards, rear bumpers, custom wheels and tires,
custom dashboards, steering wheels, and out of this world custom paint jobs just to name a
few.So, you have decide to buy you and your
family a used golf cart. Now you must decide which brand you want and what type, gas powered or
electric. Many people like used gas golf carts because they don't like the thought of the batteries
leaving them stranded for from home. While others perfer used electric golf carts because of the
quite operation and easy maintenance. Each used golf cart option has its strength and weaknesses
whether being used on the golf course or as a family golf cart around the house. The information on
this website is a resource to help guide you when buying used golf carts.
Gas golf carts, simply put, run on gasoline.
The older gas golf carts required you to mix the gasoline and oil because they were equipped with 2 cycle
engines, but todays gas powered golf carts come with 4 cycle gas engines making the mixing of the gas and oil
automatic. One of the biggest negatives of owning a gas golf cart is the exhaust fumes. Many people
just don't like the smell. This is especially true if you are planning to make a 4 passenger golf cart by
adding a rear seat kit. The people riding on the back of the golf cart have to breathe the fumes and
sometimes get the smell on thier clothing. One of the advantages of a gas golf cart is you can run it all
day and when it runs out of gas you just fill it up and you can keep on going.
The other option you have when choosing a
used golf cart is to buy a used electric golf cart. The older electric powered golf carts prior to the
mid 90's were not very efficient with the battery power and therefor had a shorter runtime than the more recent
golf carts. When looking at buying an electric powered golf cart it is important to choose the newest you
can afford so you can take advantage of the latest technologies. The newer models offer its owner a
substantially longer range on each charge.
Used electric golf carts, unlike the gas golf
carts, tend to be more user friendly. They are much quieter in thier operation allowing you and your
guest to have a conversation while riding on the used golf carts. Also, there are not any fumes coming
from the back of the golf cart and this makes for a more pleasant experience for your passengers. Whether
you choose a 36 volt or 48 volt system the batteries will usually last about 4 to 6 years before needing to be
replaced, if maintaned properly. A new set of batteries are a little pricey, but in the long run many
people find this to be a cheaper option than always having to buy gasoline and having to change the oil &
filters all the time.
Whichever used golf cart you choose be sure to
buy a used golf cart that fits you budget, and most of all get your family outside and enjoy your golf
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