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ktwist128 03-27-2012 06:03 PM

2008 Club Car Precedent vs. 2008 ezgo pds
 
I am going to buy either a 2008 Club car precedent (with 4-12 vlt batteries) or a 2008 ezgo pds (6-6 vlt batteries). I plan on lifting it and adding bigger tires. I like the speed of the club car as well as the aluminum frame. I also like how the charge meter comes on the cart. However, I like the body of the ezgo better as well as the more spacious seating. Can anyone shed some advice on picking a good cart?

rinman 03-27-2012 09:02 PM

Re: 2008 Club Car Precedent vs. 2008 ezgo pds
 
I am sure you will find many opinions on this site, but either way your gonna love having a cart! So much to do and mod them.

I personally like the Club Cars. Not saying the EZ Go is a bad cart. There are tons of aftermarket part for all of them so you can't go wrong when it come to modifying them.

Good luck on whichever one you choose! :thumbup::thumbup::thumbup:

TahoeDawgZ71 03-27-2012 09:03 PM

Re: 2008 Club Car Precedent vs. 2008 ezgo pds
 
Aluminum Frame and 48 Volts are definitely two good things to have. I'm extremely biased and know absolutely nothing about the EZGO so I'm not going to bash it, but the Precedent is definitely a quality product.

ktwist128 04-03-2012 07:31 AM

Re: 2008 Club Car Precedent vs. 2008 ezgo pds
 
what about the 4- 12 volt batteries? I've read some bad things about them and am concerned about the duration of the ride and how long they will last before having to replace them. Any advice on this?

TahoeDawgZ71 04-03-2012 08:54 AM

Re: 2008 Club Car Precedent vs. 2008 ezgo pds
 
They're fine for certain people. It depends on how heavily the vehicle gets used. They don't have the run-time or the life expectancy of a set of 6's or 8's. On average they'll last 3-4 years if you take care of them. A good set of Trojan or US 8-Volt batteries may last 5-7 years if well maintained.


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