Golf Pull Cart Replacement Parts
9 Golf Pull Cart Replacement Parts That Break Frequently
Golf Cart Keys
Okay … so these do not ‘break’ – however they are the most common thing our customers lose!
You’re late for this morning’s round of golf– as you run out to the garage to start up your golf cart, you realize your keys are nowhere to be discovered. Perfect! This is precisely how it always appears to go …
There are numerous reasons people purchase replacement golf cart secrets from us. Some individuals purchase keys from us because they simply lost their main set. Other consumers of ours buy keys due to the fact that they just acquired an utilized cart that has simply 1 set of secrets (or none) at the time of purchase. And a few of our clients buy spare golf cart keys to have a second set on hand for their spouse or house guests!
When purchasing golf cart secrets search for factory replacement/ premium secrets instead of trying to get an inexpensive copy made at a hardware shop. Keyed ignitions (even on golf carts) are sensitive to the essential size and cut. Purchasing secrets from a trusted golf cart reseller will guarantee you never get stuck not being able to utilize your golf cart again! We bring just authorized replacement golf cart secrets for all EZGO, Club Car and Yamaha Golf Carts.
Golf Cart Shocks
Is the rear end or front end of your cart sagging? Is your cart extra noisy when reviewing bumps or even when driving around gently? Possibilities are your suspension parts are getting old. Golf cart shocks, struts, coil-over suspension and leaf spring parts go out in time due to use and age. These parts come in at # 8 on our list of most typically replaced products by our clients.
Golf Carts utilizes shock absorbers and/or leaf springs to soften the ride quality over the bumps of the rough surface. Strong golf cart shocks (or leaf springs) are advised if you experience suspension sagging that is triggering your wheels and tires to rub in your wheel wells. Often, a golf cart lift set alone is not enough to prevent tire rubbing if your suspension is old. Heavy Duty golf cart shocks can boost-up your front end 1-2 inches over OEM shocks.
Refreshing the shocks on your old cart can help bring it right back to life, restoring the factory trip quality you’ve been losing out on; while strong shocks can intensify your cart’s capability to take on tough surface.
Golf Cart Clutch
All golf cart (much like vehicles) have a clutch, which belongs of the drivetrain that helps the put the power of the motor through to the wheels/ground. Golf cart clutches are likewise known as Continuously Variable Transmission (or CVT). This transmission consists of 2 different clutches linked together by a golf cart drive belt. The two clutches are the:
Golf Cart Drive Clutch (Primary).
Golf Cart Driven Clutch (Secondary).
The drive (primary) clutch connects to the engine crankshaft while the driven (secondary) clutch is bolted onto the cart’s input shaft.
The Drive Clutch & Driven Clutch operate in tandem to efficiently propel your golf cart forward when power is used by means of the accelerator pedal. On the other hand, these very same clutches help with smooth deceleration when the cart remains in movement and the accelerator is released (even if the brake is not yet depressed).
Three things can show that your golf cart clutch is spoiling: .
Your cart’s preliminary acceleration is jerky.
It feels as if power is slipping while your cart is climbing up incline terrain/hills.
Your cart has varying top-end speed (alternating in between quick and sluggish).
Golf Cart Controller
Golf Cart Controllers is an extremely popular part to either change (due to age or breakdown) or upgrade for your golf cart’s power. The golf cart controller/ golf cart speed controller does precisely what its name indicates: manages the speed and power of your golf cart.
If you are aiming to either change or update your golf cart controller, the most essential thing you can do is think of how your cart gets utilized most, which will tell you how much power you need out of your controller (and motors): .
200-300 Amp Controller: Perfect for your car if it will be utilized for regular rounds or golf or journeys around the neighborhood with approximately two passengers.
A Controller this size is generally paired with a little 2hp to 5hp motor.
This is the common controller size on 36-Volt Golf Carts.
300-600 Amp Controller (upgraded): Great for carts with a rear seat or freight bed, or carts that will need to climb up high hills. When carrying 4 or more passengers/heavy loads, or climbing high grade, an upgraded controller (and motor) are suggested.
A Controller this size is typically paired with a bigger 5hp to 10 hp motors.
Typical controller size of 36-48 Volt Golf Carts.
Golf Cart Solenoid
Solenoids serve as a relay/switch in between your golf cart batteries and your golf cart starter/generator or traction motor. Think about a solenoid as the gate keeper of battery existing. It enables (or disallows) existing to stream through to your cart’s starter/generator to begin your engine (on gas carts). On electric carts it works the same way, other than the solenoid allows or prohibits existing to the traction motor (instead of the starter)
Solenoids in golf carts are designed to work the whole time you press the pedal down when accelerating/driving. This suggests solenoids strive all the time; so they tend to go bad. It’s simply a fact of life! Thankfully, they aren’t too costly and we carry golf cart solenoid replacements for all golf carts.
Golf Cart Battery Cables
Booster cable can be found in at # 4 on our list of parts that our customers change most often. Battery cables can go bad from age, deterioration, tearing and other factors.
Requirement golf cart battery cables come in 6-gauge thickness. High Performance booster cable come in 4-gauge and 2-gauge thickness. When searching for booster cable, keep in mind that the smaller the gauge of the wire, the thicker the wire will be.
Another important function of top quality booster cable is the hair count. The greater the cable television’s hair count is the better it will perform current/flow. We only carry premium, high strand count battery cables on our website.
Golf Cart Bodies
This one is as basic as it’s name implies. Whether your golf cart body is beaten from age, your grandkids crashed your cart, or you just hate the scratches on those 10-year old panels … golf cart bodies can be found in at # 3 on our list of a lot of frequently bought items.
When searching for a golf cart body for your cart, keep in mind that you can buy replacement golf cart bodies or totally custom-made golf cart body kits depending on the look you are trying to attain.
Golf Cart Motor
Much like solenoids (discussed above), your golf cart motor works HARD. When properly looked after, the normal gas or electrical golf cart motor can last numerous, many years (20 to 30+). But the reality of the matter is, many individuals neglect taking correct care of their golf cart motor.
Something you can do to extend the life of your present gas motor is give it a great fresh tune up with one of our golf cart tune up packages. To extend the life of your electric golf cart motor, we advise keeping your motor paired with your OEM/stock golf cart controller.
Golf Cart Batteries
While not the most fun (or cheapest) thing to buy for your golf cart … golf cart batteries can be found in at # 1 on our list of things our customers change. Golf cart batteries, when correctly looked after, last for around 7-10 years.
If you clean your golf cart batteries and check the water level in each battery as soon as monthly, you can significantly increase your battery life. Likewise, make certain to eliminate any deterioration quickly when discovered. Make sure your cart is correctly switched off (with crucial fully eliminated) after each usage. Also ensure no lights or other devices are left on while parked and plug your car into a golf cart battery charger/ maintainer.
Try to prevent routinely carrying heavy loads with your electric golf cart. Putting additional stress on your batteries while hauling heavy products will reduce the life of your batteries.
Despite how cautious you are, ultimately your golf cart’s batteries will stop working. It is essential that you purchase high-quality replacement batteries that will last you the 7-10 years detailed above … instead of low-cost batteries that can die in just a few years (costing you double overtime).
While these are the leading 9 most popular golf cart parts that we sell on our website, there are thousands of parts and accessories out there to select from! It is important that you buy your golf cart parts from a knowledgeable specialist who will not misguide you (both costing you money and losing your time).