the motor that i am using is a 36V golf cart motor, and that is about all that i know about it.
i know that i need a deep cycle battery for this and from what i can tell there are a plethra of options as far as batteries goes to pick from ... here is specs that i need them to fit in ....
would love to be running just one battery, but i could deal with 2. and i need them to be able to run for 6-8 hours with full charge. The use that the motor will be put to is very light ... overall the weight of the vehicle that i am using it on is lighter then the original cart would be and i only need it to run a half the top speed of the avrage golf cart .... i wish that i could give you more spacific information ... but i do not at the moment have the motor. (ordered it off ebay)... from what i do know i know that most golf carts some with 3 -6 batteries, but i thought that sence mine would be pushing half the load at half the speed i might be abale to get it down to 1 or 2 ... am i stupid or does that logically work ... mind you i am completly ETS (electrical term stupid) so spell it out for me ... i do know that most the batterys i see give 2 specs most teh time the Volts and the AH (amp hours?) just from guessing i am of the thought that the Volts would be the strength of the power and the Ah would be the Length that it can produce the power.
what i dont know is that if you get 2 battteries if you add Volts to Volts or Ah to Ah or you leave them constent. i thought i say someone selling (6) 6V batteries for a golf cart ... would this mean that they have a 6 Volt motor or a 36V motor
well i guess that that is enough questions for now but i hope some one can take a few min to answer this question for me ... again i appreciate any halp that any one can give me ...