Tuesday, September 26, 2017
Repair & Maintenance

Repair & Maintenance

Batteries are important aspects of both automotive and marina uses. Most of the time there are shops around that take the guess work out of which battery is which, according to the model of our vehicle or boat, so...
Why would a golf cart battery explode? You might have questions like these about the safety and the dangers of battery-powered golf carts. This is because there have already been a number of cases of golf cart explosions. It's important...
Introduction Frequent replacement of your golf cart batteries is not only expensive but also time consuming. It is also frustrating to realize that you have to charge your golf cart batteries after every short duration. Fortunately, here we provide you with...
Know anybody who's got a spare $1,800? With a little prep work and some simple maintenance, you can save yourself some serious cash. One brand-new 6 Volt Battery for an electric golf cart runs about $300. To power an electric...
Introduction Battery is a term that simply refers to two different metals dipped in an acid. Batteries do not offer electrical storage as many people think. However, batteries are able to generate electricity as a result of a chemical reaction...
When you are considering the best deep cycle batteries for your boat or RV, there are a couple of questions that you should know the answer to. The first is: What are amp hours on a deep cycle battery? You...
If your boat, automobile or recreational vehicle needs a battery there are a few special considerations that newer batteries have been built to address. One question we often get asked is: What is a dual purpose/starting battery? We answer this...
You might be wondering just how long your motor will last. This is a common concern, but unless you know what to look for, you might not be able to find out if the battery you have is built...
Introduction I am not a fisherman by nature, so I had no idea what was happening when the boat we were on refused to start. It was only when my friend's expression showed real frustration that I began to understand...
You’ve spent the day patiently waiting for “the big one” to bite. You’re hot, sunburned, hungry, and just a little short-tempered. “That’s it!” you declare as you begin putting things away. “I’m headin’ back to shore.” After another 30 minutes...