Since Yamaha’s designers have long preferred certain standards of manufacturing, you won’t even have to worry that much about compatibility. Simply match the part or SKU number of the piece you’re replacing with a compatible replacement part. It’s as easy as finding the right component for an automobile.
Parts for Yamaha Golf Carts
If you’re in the process of repairing a golf cart, then check out these following families of Yamaha parts.
Batteries are probably the first thing that many people replace, outside of possibly the tires and wheel rims. You’ll want to match the voltage, size, and number of cells to the existing battery when selecting a substitute. Some models use specialized batteries with zinc or plastic coats, which is certainly something you’ll want to pay close attention to. Fortunately, the labels of these batteries as well as their overall design make it quite easy to spot when you need a specialist part.
Naturally, you’ll also want to find chargers to keep your batteries powered up.
When you start to notice that your charger is humming too much or not re-energizing your batteries to the level that it should be, it might be time to change it out. As that happens, you’ll certainly have your pick of different parts to choose from. You’ll also be able to find special components, like a golf cart battery discharger and test that works with standard 36V equipment. The Lester Summit series of chargers have become particularly popular, especially considering the fact that some models incorporate high technology features like a wireless Bluetooth adapter.
Once you have the batteries charged up, you’ll want to make sure that all of the motors attached to the carts are powerful enough to move the vehicle in question. If any seem to be out of sync, then you’ll want to replace them with a high-quality aftermarket component. A number of options that are available that are very close to those provided by the OEM motors as well as some that might help you give a little additional power to your golf cart.
Yamaha Golf Cart Fuel Pumps
Those who prefer gas-powered carts will definitely want to look into aftermarket fuel pumps as well as carburetors and intake pumps, which can all work hard to help keep these machines running longer than you might have ever thought possible. By simply installing one or two components, you can greatly reduce the risk of a breakdown and possibly even improve the fuel economy of your vehicle.
Finding Yamaha Parts for Your Golf Cart
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