Category: Golf Cart Stuff

What Year Is My Ezgo Golf Cart? How Do I Find Out About It?

So you own a Ezgo golf cart do ya… Terrific! These are great little golf carts made right here in the good ole US of A. Ezgo was started by two brothers from Augusta, Georgia in the 1950’s, Billy and Beverly “Bev” Dolan. In the 1960’s they sold out to current owners Textron Company. The two brothers continued to work with Ezgo and Textron until 1978. Then Billy and a handful of employees decided to leave Ezgo to purchase Club Car at the time was located in Texas. The Ezgo/Textron company now resides in the town of its birth of Augusta, Georgia. All Ezgo golf carts where battery powered until 1971 when they introduced the first gas engine sourced from Fuji. To date they have produced millions of Gas or Electric vehicles most of which still in service today throughout the world. Then in 1997 Textron bought another cart company mostly Industrial-Commercial type gas and electric type vehicle manufacturer Cushman.  Textron still manufactures both vehicle brands in Augusta today. As of 2018 . Learn More About the Cushman brand of gas and electric vehicles.

Ezgo Golf Carts from the beginning thru the 1970’s

  The first gas model Ezgo golf cart was produced in 1971. 1971 was great year for alot of things with gas combustible engines. Ezgo was no exception. This was a milestone for them as it stood up until then all where strictly electric vehicles. Using a 175cc model 17-CES 1PG two cycle Robin version. They used this four bolt head Robin engine made by Fugi Heavy Industries until 1975. In 1976 they came out with a six head bolt model EC25-DS 244cc two stroke Robin engine also made by Fugi. This engine also had an internal starter/generator.

The Ezgo Marathon Model Golf Cart (1975 -1993)

With great success and production numbers thus far for the company. The introduction of the Marathon model golf cart was bringing ina whole new era of golf carts and technology of the time pretty interesting. Distinctive Features – Metal Body with Front Plastic nose piece ( Straight Edges ) , Individual front seat backs, Plastic Top / No Handles Electric Models –    Gas Models – Maintained the innovation of the 70’s until the mid 1980’s then things continued to progress and evolve quite frequently in this line. Introducing the new external starter/generator by Hitachi . The EC25-2PG engine model was used until 1988. Then in 1989 they used the EC25-3PG 244cc two stroke Robin engine model but only until 1993. In between then they developed another great little engine which was Ezgo’s first four stroke. It was a 9 hp – 295 cc engine that just performed great and was used in all Marathon models. Though with the demand for more power apparent in golf carts and utility vehicles alike any boat, car or motorcycle it was soon to be replaced with a 350 cc version introduced in the Medalist model golf cart.

The Ezgo Medalist Model Golf Cart (1993 -1999)

Distinctive Features – Metal Body with Front Plastic nose piece ( Contoured Edges) , Single front seat back, 54″ Top with integrated handles Electric Models –    Gas Models –  

The Ezgo MPT Model Golf Cart (2004 to Present)

The MPT is the predecessor to the Workhorse which was designed for Commercial and/or Industrial use. Distinctive Features – Square shaped front with factory square shaped headlights. Very similar in look to the 1990’s style Dodge Pickup truck.   Electric Models –    Gas Models –    

The Ezgo Rxv Model Golf Cart (2008 to Present)

(Available Models – Fleet, Freedom and Shuttle 2+2)   Electric Models –    Gas Models –    

The Ezgo ST Model Golf Cart (1999 to Present)

(Available Models – ST 350, 400 and 480 – ST 4×4 and Clays Car – ST Express or ST Sport) The ST model was designed for the average guy looking for a vehicle to get him around the yard or farm or just around town or the race track. With recreational use in mind but functionality as priority number one in design. Where ever a small vehicle would come in handy to haul light stuff or people. ( The First Side by Side in today’s standard.) Distinctive Features – Square shaped ST front grill with factory square shaped headlights. ( Slightly different from the MPT and the Workhorse but still very similar in look to the 1990’s style Dodge Pickup truck. ) Factory Lift Kit and Large Tires, Single Seat back with dimple in middle Electric Models –    Gas Models –    

The Original Ezgo TxT Model Golf Cart (1994 -2013)

(Available Models – Fleet, Freedom and Shuttle 2+2) Distinctive Features – Sloped Front Cowl, (Usually has a single light bar parallel to the ground ( But newer light kits offer the double light set up, Horizontal tail lights – If Installed – Fleet models did not come with lights – usually installed after market), Single front seat back, 54″ Top with integrated handles, Rear Area usually came with Club Bag holder and basket or rear flip seat kit. The Original Ezgo TxT Model Golf Cart 1994 -2013 Original Ezgo TxT Model Golf Cart 1994 -2013 Electric Models –    Gas Models –


The New Ezgo TxT Model Golf Cart (2014 to Present)

(Available Models – Fleet, Freedom and Shuttle 2+2) Distinctive Features – All New Sloped Front Cowl with a slight body line around the radius of nose, Molded outline of Ezgo Logo (Dual Head Lights – If Installed – Fleet models did not come with lights – usually installed after market), Single front seat back, 54″ Top with integrated handles, Rear Area usually came with Club Bag holder and basket or rear flip seat kit. The New Ezgo TxT Model Golf Cart 2014 to Present Electric Models –    Gas Models –  

The Ezgo Terrain Model Golf Cart (2012 to Present)

(Available Models – Terrain 250, 500, 1000 and 1500 ) Distinctive Features – All New Sloped Front Cowl , Molded outline of Ezgo Logo, Dual Head Lights vertical tail lights, Factory Front Brush Guard, Factory Installed Cargo Bed with Manual Dump  

The Ezgo Express Model Golf Cart (2012 to Present)

(Available Models – Express L4/S4 – Express S4 (HO) – Express L6/S6 ) Distinctive Features – All New Sloped Front Cowl , Molded outline of Ezgo Logo, Dual Head Lights horizontal tail lights, Factory Front Brush Guard, Factory Installed Rear Seat Kit and Extended Top The Ezgo Express Model Golf Cart (2012 to Present)   Electric Models –    Gas Models –    

The Ezgo Workhorse Model Golf Cart (1996 to 2003)

The Workhorse was designed for just as the name describes. Commercial and/or Industrial use. Distinctive Features – Square shaped front with factory headlights. ( Very similar in look to the 1990’s style Dodge Pickup truck. Rectangular Front Seat Back. Usually has a utility bed in place.   Electric Models –    Gas Models –  

The Ezgo 2Five Model Golf Cart (2009 to Present)

The 2Five is an LSV designed for street legal use and will come with a title of ownership. It will have both a serial number and a vin #. Use the Serial number to determine model and specific year. Only Available – Electric Models –  (2 Passenger or 4 Passenger Only) Distinctive Features – factory Installed glass windshield and electric windshield wipers, Head Lights, Tail Lights, Turn Signals and Seat Belts for safety.   Ezgo Dash Kits Ezgo Lift Kits and Suspension Parts Ezgo Tire and Wheel Deals Ezgo Golf Cart Body Kits Ezgo Golf Cart Stereo Systems Ezgo Golf Cart Bolt On Accessories Ezgo Golf Cart Top Lowering Kits          
What Year is My Yamaha Golf Cart

If you are trying to determine what year is your Yamaha golf cart? You will first need to find the golf carts identification plate or sticker or have the vehicles serial number and date code. Usually found under the seat, under the driver side glove box area or on the chassis towards the rear of the golf cart. Under the bumper area usually. Once you have located this you can use the chart below to cross-reference those numbers and determine the year and model of you Yamaha Golf Cart. Special Note – The first three (3) Characters in that number is really all you need to determine model and year of manufacture.

Yamaha Electric Golf Carts 

Yamaha Drive – AKA = YDRE

Serial Number Model Year
JW9-300101 YDREL 2013
JW9-200101 YDREK 2012.5
JW9-100101 YDREK 2012
JW9-000101 YDREJ 2011
JW2-300101 YDREH 2010
JW2-200101 YDREG 2009
JW2-100101 YDREF 2008
JW2-000101 YDREE 2007

Yamaha Drive – AKA = YDREPT or PTV

Serial Number Model  Year
JC1-400101 YDRELPT 2013
JC1-300101 YDREKPT 2012.5
JC1-200101 YDREKPT 2012
JC1-100101 YDREJPT 2011
JC1-000101 YDREHPT 2010

Yamaha U-Max AKA = G27E 

Serial Number Model  Year
JU8-500101 G27EF 2008
JU8-400101 G27EE 2007
JU8-300101 G27EC 2006
JU8-000301 G27EA 2005
JU8-000101 G27EZ 2004

Yamaha – U-Max AKA = G23E 

Serial Number Model  Year
JU6-700101 G23EH 2010
JU6-600101 G23EG 2009
JU6-500101 G23EF 2008
JU6-400101 G23EC 2007
JU6-300101 G23EC 2006
JU6-000301 G23EA 2005
JU6-000101 G23EZ 2004

Yamaha – G-Max AKA = G22E 

Serial Number Model  Year
JU2-400101 G22EE 2007
JU2-306201 G22ED 2006
JU2-300101 G22EC 2006
JU2-205701 G22EB 2005
JU2-200101 G22EA 2005
JU2-100101 G22EZ 2004
JU2-000101 G22EY 2003

Yamaha – Ultima 48v AKA = G19E 

Serial Number Model  Year
JR1-600101 G19EX 2002
JR1-500101 G19EW 2001
JR1-400101 G19EU 2000
JR1-300101 G19ET 1999
JR1-200101 G19ES 1998
JR1-100101 G19ER 1997
JR1-000101 G19EP 1996

Yamaha – Ultima 36v AKA = G16E 

Serial Number Model  Year
JN8-600101 G16EX 2002
JN8-500101 G16EW 2001
JN8-400101 G16EU 2000
JN8-300101 G16ET 1999
JN8-200101 G16ES 1998
JN8-100101 G16ER 1997
JN8-000101 G16EP 1996

Yamaha – Ultima 36v AKA = G14E 

Serial Number Model  Year
JN4-200101 G14EP 1996
JN4-100101 G14EM 1995

Yamaha – Fleet Master AKA = G9E 

Serial Number Model Year
JH7-300101 G9EM 1995
JH7-201801 G9EK/KP 1994
JH7-200149 G9EJ 1994
JH7-100101 G9EJ 1993
JH7-000125 G9EH2 1992
JG6-100101 G9EH1 1992
JG6-000001 G9EG 1991

Yamaha – Fleet Classic AKA = G8E 

Serial Number Model Year
JF3-401801 G8EKP 1994
JF3-400101 G8EK 1994
JF3-300101 G8EJ 1993
JF3-200101 G8EH 1992
JF3-100101 G8EG 1991
JF3-000005 G8EF 1990

Yamaha – Sun Classic AKA = G5E 

Serial Number Model  Year
J51-200101 G5EH 1992
J51-100101 G5EG 1991
J51-000101 G5EF 1990

Yamaha – Sun Classic AKA = G3E 

Serial Number Model Year
J46-000101 G3-E 1987

Yamaha – AKA = G2E 

Serial Number Model  Year
J56-200101 G2-EG 1991
J56-100101 G2-EF 1990
J56-000101 G2-ED 1989
JE2-000101 G2-EC 1988
J41-053101 G2-EB 1988
J41-030101 G2-EB 1987
J41-016101 G2-E 1986
J41-000101 G2-E5 1985

Yamaha – AKA = G1E 

Serial Number Model Year
J36-011212 G1-EM 1986
J36-010101 G1-EM5 1985
J36-000101 G1-EM4 1984
J26-000101 G1-EM3 1983
J22-000101 G1-E3 1982
J14-100101 G1-E2 1981
J14-000101 G1-E 1980

Yamaha Gas Golf Carts and Utility Vehicles

Yamaha Drive – AKA = YDRA

Serial Number Model  Year
JW8-300101 YDRAL 2013
JW8-200101 YDRAK 2012.5
JW8-100101 YDRAK 2012
JW8-000101 YDRAJ 2011
JW1-300101 YDRAH 2010
JW1-200101 YDRAG 2009
JW1-100101 YDRAF 2008
JW1-000101 YDRAE 2007

Yamaha Drive – AKA = YDRAPT or PTV

Serial Number Model
JC0-400101 YDRALPT 2013
JC0-300101 YDRAKPT 2012.5
JC0-200101 YDRAKPT 2012
JC0-100101 YDRAJPT 2011
JC0-000101 YDRAHPT 2010

Yamaha Adventurer 2 – AKA=YTF2

Serial Number Model Year
JW7-400101 YT2AL 2013
JW7-300101 YT2AK 2012.5
JW7-200101 YT2AK 2012
JW7-100101 YT2AJ 2011
JW7-000101 YT2AH 2010

Yamaha Adventurer 2 – AKA=YTF2

Serial Number Model  Year
JW6-500101 YT1AL 2013
JW6-400101 YT1AK 2012.5
JW6-300101 YT1AK 2012
JW6-200101 YT1AJ 2011
JW6-100101 YT1AH 2010
JW6-000101 YT1AG 2009

Yamaha U-Max- AKA= G28A

Serial Number Model  Year
JU9-600101 G28AG 2009
JU9-500101 G28AF 2008
JU9-400101 G28AE 2007
JU9-300101 G28AC 2006
JU9-000301 G28AA 2005
JU9-000101 G28AZ 2004

Yamaha U-Max- AKA= G27A (Light Duty)

Serial Number Model Year
JU7-500101 G27AF 2008
JU7-400101 G27AE 2007
JU7-300101 G27AC 2006
JU7-000501 G27AA 2005
JU7-000101 G27AZ 2004

Yamaha U-Max- AKA= G23A

Serial Number Model  Year
JU5-600101 G23AG 2009
JU5-500101 G23AF 2008
JU5-400101 G23AE 2007
JU5-300101 G23AC 2006
JU5-000401 G23AA 2005
JU5-000101 G23AZ 2004

Yamaha G-Max- AKA= G22A

Serial Number Model  Year
JU0-400101 G22AE 2007
JU0-310101 G22AD 2006
JU0-300101 G22AC 2006
JU0-209201 G22AB 2005
JU0-200101 G22AA 2005
JU0-100101 G22AZ 2004
JU0-000101 G22AY 2003

Yamaha Hauler – AKA=G21A

Serial Number Model  Year
JR6-300101 G21AZ 2004
JR6-200101 G21AY 2003
JR6-100101 G21AX 2002
JR6-000101 G21AW 2001

Yamaha Concierge – AKA=G20A

Serial Number Model  Year
JR8-200101 G20AX 2002
JR8-100101 G20AW 2001
JR8-000101 G20AU 2000

Yamaha Ultima – AKA=G16A

Serial Number Model  Year
JN6-600101 G16AX 2002
JN6-500101 G16AW 2001
JN6-400101 G16AU 2000
JN6-300101 G16AT 1999
JN6-200101 G16AS 1998
JN6-100101 G16AR 1997
JN6-000101 G16AP 1996

Yamaha Ultima – AKA=G14A

Serial Number Model Year
JN3-200101 G14AP 1996
JN3-100101 G14AM 1995

Yamaha Hauler – AKA=G11A

Serial Number Model  Year
JR3-400101 G11AW 2001
JR3-300101 G11AU 2000
JR3-200101 G11AT 1999
JR3-100101 G11AS 1998
JR3-000101 G11AR 1997
JR3-000101 G11AP 1996
JJ3-100101 G11AK 1994
JJ3-000101 G11AJ 1993

Yamaha – Fleet Master AKA = G9A

Serial Number Model Year
JG5-400101 G9AM 1995
JG5-300101 G9AK 1994
JG5-200101 G9AJ 1993
JG5-100101 G9AH 1992
JG5-000101 G9AG 1991

Yamaha – Fleet Classic AKA = G8E 

Serial Number Model  Year
JF2-400101 G8AK 1994
JF2-300101 G8AJ 1993
JF2-200101 G8AH 1992
JF2-100101 G8AG 1991
JF2-000007 G8AF 1990

Yamaha – Sun Classic AKA = G5A

Serial Number Model  Year
J50-500101 G5AM 1995
J50-400101 G5AK 1994
J50-300101 G5AJ 1993
J50-200103 G5AH 1992
J50-100101 G5AG 1991
J50-000101 G5AF 1990

Yamaha – Sun Classic AKA = G3A

Serial Number Model Year
J42-000101 G3-A 1986

Yamaha – AKA = G2A

Serial Number Model  Year
J55-200101 G2-AG 1991
J55-100120 G2-AF 1990
J55-000101 G2-AD 1989
JA2-000001 G2-AC 1988
J38-071101 G2-AB 1988
J38-020101 G2-AB 1987
J38-066101 G2-A 1986
J38-007101 G2-A 1986
J38-000101 G2-A5 1985

Yamaha – AKA = G1A

Serial Number Model Year
J31-159082 G1AMD 1989
J31-140101 G1-AM 1986
J31-100101 G1-AM5 1985
J31-000101 G1-AM4 1984
J24-000101 G1-AM3 1983
J17-000101 G1-A3 1982
J10-030101 G1-A2 1981
J10-007705 G1-A1 1980
J10-000101 G1-A 1979
If you need to determine something specific on your Yamaha Golf Cart follow this link to the Yamaha official website. They still offer free look up for diagrams, owner manuals, etc… a wealth of information for the DIY guy. Especially if you own an older cart which most cart dealers today do not stock any parts for them.
Golf Cart Top Lowering System

Looking for a solution to get your customized lifted golf cart into that enclosed trailer of yours? Or does it not even fit in the garage? Pete has just the solution. Pete’s Golf Carts now offers the perfect kit to do just that. His Golf Cart Top Lowering Kits are great for the DIY guy and an afternoon project to solve your problem. Made from quality materials right here in the good ole US of A. Currently Pete offers two kits:
  1. Specifically designed for Older Ezgo Golf Carts utilizing a 3/4 Inch front roof strut and 1 Inch rear struts See Details
  2. All other Golf Carts utilizing 1 Inch roof struts front and rear – See Details
This is a common topic among Rv people that pull their golf cart with them on their travels or the race car guys traveling around the country from event to event. Numerous other options are available of course but short of buying a bigger taller trailer or building another golf cart to meet your height requirements this is by far the best solution to lower your golf cart top to fit in your trailer or garage. Here are a few videos for the DIY guys out there looking to save a few bucks and dont care so much about the finished look just need to be able to lower the golf cart top to make it fit somewhere. Checkout this YouTube video to learn more. This video will also give you the basic idea of what is involved to install a golf cart lowering kit on your golf cart without going all around town shopping for the materials you need to do so. Pete’s kit is actually quite affordable and of great quality and finish. Once installed one can hardly notice the obvious unless you are really aware of what you are looking for on the golf cart. No wiggle, no rattle with his nylon shim kit included – just solid functionality with attention to detail. Basic Video Overview:
  • Determine make and model of your golf cart
  • Determine your golf cart top strut dimensions
  • Prepare tools for the job – Drill and drill bits, reciprocating saw, basic wrenches, socket and ratchet set, tape measure, pencil or marker
  • Make measurements to locate golf cart top lowering brackets
  • Drill holes to attach brackets (best to do one by one)
  • Cut roof strut at angle to accommodate lowering process and movement ( Note – need to make sure angle is cut in right direction)
  • Repeat process on all four corners of golf cart
  • Be sure to include the nylon shims on inside of brackets for ease of movement when lowering and years of trouble free use
If you do decide to go with Pete’s Golf Cart Top Lowering Kit they include easy to follow how to directions and all required hardware (nuts, bolts, washers) We actually installed one the other day so I had a better idea of how all this was going to work. Seemed very straight forward and the job was complete in a little over an hour with my novice assistance. Coming from a computer guy and not a gear head like Pete I think I could do the job should the time arise. Though being I do not even own a golf cart it probably wont happen soon. I would love to have one especially some of the golf carts Pete has around the shop. Just awesome – heck they do not even look like a golf cart anymore. More like a little car or truck. If you are looking for a affordable solution to add some music to your golf cart? Checkout Pete’s new golf cart top mounting Bluetooth stereo systems. Models specifically for the Club Car Onward and Precedent, Ezgo Rxv and the Yamaha Drive. Pete’s Golf Carts has all the cool accessories for your golf cart. So if you own a golf cart you need to visit Pete’s to see how he can help you customize your ride.
Gem Car Batteries

GEM Car Battery Comparison – Why Should You Only Use Gel Batteries In Your GEM

This topic is a frequently ask one and figured we should lay out the facts in an article for our GEM owners out their and potential owners considering the purchase of a GEM car. Being the GEM car is an electric vehicle it requires batteries. And they better be good ones if it is the heart of your vehicles operating system. So lets start at the beginning and get the back story then convey the facts.

Unknown to alot of Gem Car Owners the Chrysler Corp. created the GEM brand and first mass produced electric Vehicle “Global Electric Motorcars LLC” which was later purchased by  Polaris. Chrysler Corp. and Lee Iacocca’s idea of creating a vehicle that was in essence an affordable alternative transportation for the masses that was basically powered by clean renewable energy was simply brilliant. Though in the time and day this dream still had a few hurdles to overcome. Mostly related to battery technology. Just as computers and technolgy have come full circle many times… battery technology has come full circle only a few times. Especially when talking about affordable batteries that will still get the job done.

After much R and D they settled on the Deka Gel 8G31S style battery to power their dream car for numerous reasons we will outline below. GEM owners today have been known to use alternative battery options to power the vehicle because the cost of a true Gel battery is extremely high compared to the traditional lead acid battery most golf cart owners are familiar. As with any problem people come up with different solutions. Which one solves the problem correctly is all in the details. Lithium batteries where around then as they are now and still the most expensive option. Though not nearly as much as in 1995 but still pricey to say the least. review some Lithium Battery Options Here.

Features and Benefits

The benefits of using the original GEL battery installed in your GEM electric vehicle is quite lengthy and for good reason. The engineers at Chrysler Corp. had a daunting task in this day and age to come up with a solution that would power their new Ev. Lets review the big 3.

Charging System – If you change the batteries in your GEM car it will cause a major problem with the charging systems ability to properly charge the batteries you have installed. These smart electric vehicles came equipped with a smart charger that was programmed specifically for GEL battery technology and charging parameters. If you change the batteries expect to change the charger or have it re-programmed by an authorized dealer. Another issue since the sale of the company to Polaris it is hard to come by knowledgeable dealers to do so. Buyer Beware – Be prepared to pay out the nose for this or a new charger at the GEM/Polaris dealer. $1000 and up is the usual M.O. for a new charger. Special note Find yourself going this route anyhow or need a replacement GEM Car 72 Volt Battery Charger Pete has you covered. Here are some alternative options that will get some power back into your battery bank. 

Dimensions – Based on the specific area designed to hold and secure the battery pack. dimensions must be spot on – The replacement and installation of these batteries is quite a task because they are so tightly packed and secured in the GEM aluminum chassis.

General Maintenance – Due to the placement of the battery pack maintenance is an issue for good old traditional lead acid batteries because you will need to check the electrolyte (water) level often and fill as needed. Which would be more frequent than a normal golf cart because the GEM is really a high performance Ev in comparison. The demands the motor/controller system puts on those batteries is substantial. This is one of the major reasons they settled on the Gel battery because they are Maintenance Free!

Performance – Traditional lead acid batteries do not like to get severely or deeply discharged. If they are they become stubborn to revive and will cut the cycle life or life expectancy of the battery in general significantly. AGM and GEL batteries have a great ability to take a deep discharge in stride and recover completely time and time again with the proper charging system and battery charger. Another major determining factor in going with the Gel battery to power the GEM car.

Service Life – This was the biggest hurdle to overcome because of the competition was tough. ( A gas or diesel burning vehicle vs an Electric vehicle when comparing in ease of use to re-power or fuel its drive train.) They couldn’t very well change the batteries once a month like in a flashlight or AM/FM radio not could they. Nor could you even expect a potential buyer to fall in love with a car that required such general maintenance. So the batteries needed to be large enough to allow for a decent range of use but also allow for many charge/discharge cycles. ( AKA – Cycle Life ) So Lithium looked very promising even then due to the batteries abilities but after cost analysis just not feasible for the average Joe. So back to a lead acid variant that would deliver the goods. AGM – GEL Batteries…. At the time AGM batteries where basically military spec stuff only. So pulling the battery technology from their good friends at the Pentagon they started testing. After much debate and millions spent the GEL batteries became the obvious solution to power the vehicles. Especially if climate was included in the testing because the GEL battery will hold up much better in the colder climates whereas in places like Florida the internal chemistry of an AGM vs GEL battery is quite identical due to the heat.

Termination – Designed to be attached in series via ring terminals. As all other components of the system like fuses and charging system. If you switched to a post type battery due to cost savings you would find yourself replacing and changing all your cable ends. So surely not ideal. At the very least make sure you choose a stud type termination for the batteries you choose for your GEM car. If you live in warmer climate an AGM battery like the Trojan is a good alternative and might save you a few bucks without sacrificing performance or service life to much.

In Review

Now that the facts have been conveyed it should be obvious to anyone why you should replace the original Gem Car gel batteries with more of the same. Otherwise overall performance (speed and range) will be limited as will service life based on the amount of charge/discharge cycles of said battery. Not to mention the hassle of trying to maintain a flooded battery. Traditional lead acid batteries are good for approx 200-250 cycles at 50% D.O.D. (Depth of Discharge) so figure 2-3 yrs life if using only recreational. Even less if using for transportation and or you do not keep up with the water levels! Whereas with the GEL battery you can expect a service life more like double that for similar usage and no maintenance issues what so ever other than the need to always charge the battery bank back up to 100% after every use and store in the same condition.

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