GOLF BUGGY BATTERIES BRISBANE
SUPERIOR QUALITY 6V, 8V & 12V GOLF CART BATTERY
12 A/H TO 2000 A/H WITH 12 MONTHS TO 48 MONTHS WARRANTY
Finding replacements for your existing or damaged golf buggy batteries? BATCO Golf Buggy batteries might be the ideal choice for you.
Engineered to provide rugged durability and outstanding performance, Trojan’s Signature Line is perfectly suited for use in a variety of applications where lowest life-cycle cost is the key consideration. An all-around power house, the Signature Line features Trojan’s historically-proven engineering with T2 Technology™, an advanced battery technology for maximum sustained performance, longer life and increased total energy.
Another Trojan exclusive is its curing process. Once the grids are pasted they are placed in specially constructed curing rooms which are temperature and humidity controlled. Then they are slowly cured. This provides Trojan deep cycle plates with the most tenacious active material. Once the plates are cured they are then hand assembled sealed and formed. Each step is completed under rigorous quality control standards to insure greater cycle time and battery life.
Perfect for use in a golf cart and a variety of applications.
GOLF BUGGY DEEP CYCLE BATTERY MAIN FEATURES
Longer Battery Cycle Life
Low Long-Term Cost
Maximum Run Time
Durability and Reliability
IMPORTANT THINGS TO CONSIDER WHEN BUYING A GOLF CART BATTERY
When To Replace Your Batteries
Identifying that your batteries need a quick replacement is as important as performing proper maintenance on them. Most manufacturers recommended replacement period is every five (5) years but it could be an even shorter period between replacement for a multitude of reasons. However, with careful maintenance and care the lifetime of the battery could be extended up to as much as 10 years.
Even with the best care and maintenance, every battery will require replacement sooner or later and there are some signs or indications to look out for you to determine when that time has finally arrived.
Increased Charge Time
Loss of Distance
Acceleration and Power
New carts with new batteries take off like a bat out of hell giving you and your passenger whiplash. Over time, as the battery weakens, the whiplash becomes less and the bat loses a bit of impetus.
When your cart starts accelerating at the speed of a tortoise taking off and struggles to get up the hill to a tee that is only slightly higher than the roof of your house, the signs are there that the battery needs replacement.
Physical Wear on the Battery
Clearly, you don’t have to wait for all the signs to appear and possibly leave you at the clubhouse after a round.
Testing your batteries on your cart regularly using a voltmeter will give you a hint when your battery is starting a slow decline and provide time for putting away some of your golfing money to replace it when the time comes.