Turning a Vintage Taylor Dunn Cart Into a Solar Generator

Discussion in 'Taylor Dunn Driver's Club' started by chuckklr98, Aug 24, 2018.

  1. chuckklr98

    chuckklr98 New Member

    Don't want to put a number on the whole project because its now for sale, BUT its inline with buying a new non solar cart. Not bad for a mobile off grid solar system that does double duty as a cart. Panels were about 1500.
     
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    chuckklr98 New Member

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  4. chuckklr98

    chuckklr98 New Member

    Here are the pics with it in Biker rally party mode.
     

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  5. Nubs

    Nubs Cartaholic

    :thumbsup:
     
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  6. HotRodCarts

    HotRodCarts Cartaholic

    Nice looking cart. :thumbsup:
     
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  7. Diode

    Diode Cartaholic - V.I.P.

    OK so I looked it up on eBay I found out that that’s a stripper pole in the back so we’re going to need more pictures
     
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  8. chuckklr98

    chuckklr98 New Member

    I would get banned for life for those.
     
  9. Diode

    Diode Cartaholic - V.I.P.

    Hotrod would he be banned?
     
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  10. HotRodCarts

    HotRodCarts Cartaholic

    Hell no. :D We may have to move the pictures to the general talk section though.
     
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  11. chuckklr98

    chuckklr98 New Member

    This one is safe.
     

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  12. Jonnymorro

    Jonnymorro New Member

    Great idea about the mobile generator capacity of a golf cart. Mine is going to be one in the next year or two. It will not have the generating capacity of yours due to the lack of square footage, but it will serve very well. It looks like about $1200 to $1600 will get you a kit that will at least get you a few more miles on a charge as well as a no-plug-in charge if you only use your cart once a day or so. Since I fell in love with my cart's style, I now have to think about looks, too. Damn it(wife loves it now). After the solar charger comes the inverters. Thanks for the motivation and validation of the idea.
     
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