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E-Z-GO Marathon Forward / Reverse Switch (Fits 1986-1993)

Buggies Unlimited; 5073;
$127.95   (You Save: 33%)
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Product Details

This Buggies Unlimited OEM replacement part has been developed to meet or even exceed the manufacturer's original equipment specifications.


  • Beefed up F&R switch for modified cars
  • Fits E-Z-GO electric 1986-93 Marathon series cars
If a high amp controller is installed you need this switch

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What is the difference between $133.95 reverse switch and the one that is $102.95? I have a new 400 amp controller with a new motor with a 400 amp solenoid. Is the stock less expensive switch sufficient?
Robert C on Apr 22, 2018
BEST ANSWER: I bought one of the switches and you must be carefull. The problem is as follows:
The problem I had is that I was not getting the full voltage through the F/R switch.
Since I had two F/R switches sent to me by mistake, I had already swapped the switches out before and obtained the same results.
After tightening the 9/16 bolt the power went through the switch but as I was driving the cart, it would stop and go. I would have to play with the switch by wiggling it back and forth.
I realized then that something else was wrong and dismantled the F/R switch.
I found as you can see in the slides below, that the cooper electrodes were sitting below the surface of the composite base by .005 to .010 thousands of an inch. The electrodes are also not round but oblong.
The electrodes on the rotating switch of the assembly are also not lined up when you rotate the switch (See drawings in slides) creating part of the electrode to sit on the composite material.
This situation creates a .005 to .010 gap between the electrodes.
This situation is what was causing getting no power to through the balance of the system.
Therefore, by tightening the 9/16 bolt at the front of the switch, is not the correct solution because all you doing is flexing the entire switch creating premature wear and power fluctuation.
Root cause are the electrodes.
1. electrodes in the main base (Switch) are sitting below the surface.
2. When rotating the switch, because the electrodes are oblong and not oriented properly after the switch is in the F/R position, they sit on the composite material and have a gap.

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