It may be time to inspect your cart and ascertain what needs fixing and/or replacing if you kept your golf cart as the weather wasn’t conducive to using it outside, now that Spring is upon us. We offers tune up kits for the golf cart. You can find Club Car golf cart parts and additionally offers on deluxe tune up kits such as starter and drive belts at our store.
Consider this: it is not more expensive to execute an annual tune up for your golf cart than it is to take care of a major issue throughout the year when you actually need and desire the use of your cart. Could you rather the handcart be laid up during your prime golfing or hunting season for repairs? No. So Springtime is a great time to have a tendency to your cart, looking at wear points needing lubrication, seeing whether the tires look correctly inflated, and, obviously, asking yourself, “How’s my battery doing?”
You’ll find mechanics who will give your golf cart a tune up, or you are able to do it yourself. A normal tune up includes scrutinizing batteries, brakes, cables, grease fittings, lights, and the engine. If something needs replacing, you can likely purchase the component from us, and, Handy tune up kits can help you get the job done so you are confident your cart is prepared for the season if you intend to do the tune up yourself.
Get your cart ready for the season. Getting your golf cart prepared for golf season or solely for the beach season following an extended winter generally includes checking its battery and doing some other maintenance check ups. A charger automatically monitors the voltage, charging the battery upward if it should lose its charge. It is a good strategy to keep the battery’s charge when the golf cart isn’t in use above a period of months.
Some golf cart owners let it sit without anything attached to it during the winter in their garage and remove the battery in the cart. In order to get before you connect the battery to get the cart going going, you must be sure the battery is completely charged. Additionally, consider that batteries need time to literally “warm up.” Their run time may fall when the current weather outside is extremely cold. Springtime is the right time to perform maintenance check-ups on your own golf cart. They are in good, working condition before golf season begins you or a mechanic should scrutinize various elements of the cart to ensure.
First things first are the tires? Do they need more atmosphere? Does a flat one need replacing? How do the brakes feel? Can it be time for new brake shoes? Are the spark plugs functioning nicely? Do bushings desire this year, replacing? Are there any cracks in the starter belt? Each Spring it’s advisable to check your golf cart’s filters to determine whether they need replacing. You or a mechanic should check the fuel filter, the air filter, and also the oil filter. Additionally, consider when the last time you had the oil changed – it might be due for a change before this golf season begins.