My golf cart has a 48volt system requiring 6 eight volt batteries. existing US batteries are on last legs and shopping for new ones. Trojan and US Batteries are touted to be the ones to get; Sam's Club has "Energizer" at a cost that is about half of the top two.
Do you know of any other that I should be considering?
Hi, Bill - Lithium, maybe.
I included a helpful video above to highlight the advantages of lithium golf cart batteries over the traditional lead acid golf cart batteries.
Trojan and US are certainly the top rated golf cart batteries, and as you noted, also kinda spendy as an initial investment.
The question is whether or not you think it's worthwhile to invest more in the beginning, or whether you'd prefer to buy more battery packs down the road.
Long term, lithium lasts longer and performs better. In terms of long term cost, lithium is actually the cheapest way to go, and it is getting cheaper all the time.
Thank you for writing in!
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