1995-Up Club Car - 48v V-Glide Replacement

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The Club Car 48-Volt V-Glide Replacement from Buggies Unlimited is a throttle sensor. This unit picks up on the position of the throttle and sends that signal to the controller. Based on that information, the controller then releases power to the motor. Of course, what type of power depends on the year and style of your golf cart. Most of the older and newer systems use a variable negative. Some newer ones directly supply it and put the positive on the changing scale. Either way, this system is what regulates your speed.

This golf cart v-glide assembly is an exact substitute that came installed on your golf cart from the factory. It is what we consider a Club Car OEM replacement part. We have it made to the same spec and offer it at a discount because the original manufacturer does not make it anymore. We do not believe that we should write it off as soon as a vendor stops making something. That is why we have a team of manufacturers that produce many parts for vintage caddies. Even if the original producer gives up, we can still keep things ticking with our contacts.

We all love to get on our golf cart at the end of the day and take an evening cruise. However, the last thing you want is to get on your caddie, press the pedal, and have nothing happen. Just as bad as not having the full range of throttle. If either of these problems plagues you, it may be time for a new V-glide.

Buggies Unlimited loves having everything you need right at your fingertips. We can get everything shipped out quickly and at the lowest rate around. So give us a call today and get that order placed so you can stop worrying about it.

Specifications:

  • V-glide assembly for cars with 48-volt controller
  • Fits Club Car electric 1995 only 48-volt also electric
  • Replaces OEM Number(s): 1016012
OEM
Model
Start Year
End Year
Gas or Electric?
Club Car
All
1995
Current
Electric

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