When we think about vital components for our golf carts, an EZGO TXT Six-Gauge Battery Cable Set from Buggies Unlimited should be pretty close to the top. Your golf cart has to have at least thirty-six volts to run. Let that sink in. You have a 36-volt golf cart, and you need at least that much voltage to get the cart moving. At thirty-five, you are dead in the water. Golf carts run on the overcharge that the battery charger can put on the pack. It is not like the gas in your car. You have to have a baseline.So when fully charged, your batteries will read between forty and forty-two volts if they are in good condition. Your golf cart can run all day on those four to six volts of overcharge. When you get a gauge to display how much runtime you have left, this is the range that it measures. This is why hooking up your voltmeter to monitor it is not good. It can give you a false sense of hope when there is no charge to be had. Imagine thinking you had a full gas tank only to find out it is bone dry.Getting your battery pack up to that voltage means wiring the batteries in series. More than likely, you have six batteries under the seat. As a matter of fact, they are six volts apiece. Individually they are nowhere near what you need to make your golf cart run. But with an EZGO TXT six-gauge battery cable set from Buggies Unlimited, your problems are solved. You use this kit to daisy-chain the positive of one battery to the negative of the next. Starting with the first minus getting hooked to the second positive. So on and so forth until your done.We have all the golf cart accessories you could want here at Buggies Unlimited. As a matter of fact, this includes the hard parts you require to keep your caddie on the road. However, call us now for a great deal.