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Looking at a ULB 48 volt, I never heard of ULB

Postby stinger175 » Mon Jun 12, 2006 4:42 pm

I cant find much online about ULB carts. Are they a decent cart. How about the availablity of accessories, I want a rear seat kit but have had no luck finding anything online.

Should I stay away and buy a more popular brand name. BTW this will be my first golf cart.
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Postby shadowman » Mon Jun 12, 2006 4:48 pm

never heard of them and have never seen a part listed for them..........any idea what ULB stands for? ..........wait for a few more responses but you may be better off getting a more popular brand name buggy............................... 8)
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Postby caddiemaster » Mon Jun 12, 2006 5:19 pm

I have never heard of a ULB cart either, and I have been in golf business over 30 years. I strongly recommend going with either a Club Car, or a E-Z-GO and maybe a Yamaha prefferably less than 10 years old, which will make it an electronic controller cart
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Postby stinger175 » Mon Jun 12, 2006 5:19 pm

I dont know what it stands for. I found a website that stated they were made in Korea.
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Postby stinger175 » Mon Jun 12, 2006 5:21 pm

Do you recommend that any cart I buy be less than 10yrs old or just that a Yamaha be less than 10yrs?
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Postby caddiemaster » Mon Jun 12, 2006 6:36 pm

I recommend a controller cart, and almost all carts manufactured in the last 10 yrs are controller carts. CC and E-Z-GO carts are the most popular, more people know how to work on them, and there are more aftermarket parts for them.
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Postby stinger175 » Mon Jun 12, 2006 7:40 pm

Thanks! I appreciate the advice.
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Postby caddiemaster » Mon Jun 12, 2006 9:03 pm

One more thing, I did not mean to talk down a Yamaha cart, everything that Yamaha has ever made has been of very good quality, from motorcycles to musical instruments. There are just not that many people who work on them and there are not as many aftermarket parts available for them. Their parts are also more expensive.
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Postby caddiemaster » Mon Jun 12, 2006 9:08 pm

Hi, I found a web site for that cart, it looks like a Club Car knock off.
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Postby shadowman » Mon Jun 12, 2006 9:35 pm

CM, your right on about the parts for yamy,s and i agree its a damm good cart but they need to get the prices more in line with everyone else......i just ordered a part for one that was pushed to my camp sunday as i was leaving and the part is 22.00 more than the same thing for C.C. and E-Z .....when i told the guy what it cost he was ready to pull it back out of my place but he laft it for me for this weekend.....i do like their carts though................i had 3 this weekend 2 of them that i rebuilt the carbs on and man do they run sweet when things are working right................. 8)
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