Current Battery Prices

T-105 $129.99     T-875 $139.99     T-1275 $189.99

All prices require like battery core exchange

TROJAN BATTERIES

CHOOSE ONLY "THE BEST" FOR YOUR GOLF CART, SOLAR, OR
OFF-GRID POWER APPLICATION... CHOOSE TROJAN BATTERIES!

GOLF, UTILITY VEHICLE, NEV and SOLAR BATTERIES

 

Ballard Golf Cars and Powersports offers you the BEST batteries in the business...TROJAN BATTERIES. While others buy batteries as they need them, Ballard Golf Cars and Powersports buys batteries by the truck load. This assures you the best price available due to our volume purchasing power.  Durability, reliability, and proven technology means you can depend on Trojan batteries for consistent performance day in and day out. Give our friendly and helpful staff a call to discuss the right battery for your application.

BATTERY TIPS

 

Tip 1:  Service your carts every season.

 

Tip 2:  Keep your batteries full of water.

Tip 3:  Tire pressure affects speed, power, and battery life per charge, distance, and steering. Check tire pressure at least monthly.

Tip 4:  Keep your golf cart's battery clean so that you can spot issues if they appear and avoid problems associated with dirt and grime.

(208) 691-9102

BATTERY MAINTENACE

1.  Check that all battery vent caps are tightly in place.

2.  Clean the battery top with a cloth or brush and a solution of baking soda and water. When cleaning, do not allow any cleaning  solution or foreign matter to get inside the battery.

 

3. Rinse with water and dry with a clean cloth.

 

Flooded batteries need water. Filling your battery with water must be done at the right time and in the right amount or you will decrease how well your battery performs and how long it lasts.

 

You should fully charge the battery before adding water. Before charging, there should be enough water to cover the plates.  If the battery has been fully or partially discharged, the water level should be above the plates.

 

Keeping the water at the correct level after a full charge will prevent having to worry about the water level changing at different states of charge.

 

Depending on the local climate, charging methods, and application, we recommend that you check your batteries once a month until you get a feel for how much water they use.

BATTERIES SEEM TO ATTRACT DUST, DIRT, AND GRIME

 

1.  Do not let the plates inside the battery get exposed to air. This will damage (corrode) the plates.

​2.  Do not fill the water level in the filling well to the cap. This can cause the battery to overflow, lose capacity and cause a corrosive mess.

​3.  Do not use high mineral content water, use only distilled or deionized water.

 

** The electrolyte in your battery is a solution of acid and water so skin contact should be avoided.

IMPORTANT THINGS TO REMEMBER

STEP-BY-STEP BATTERY WATERING PROCEDURE

1. Open the vent caps and look inside the fill wells.

2. Check electrolyte level. The minimum level is at the top of the plates.

3. If necessary, add just enough water to cover the plates.

4. Put batteries on a complete charge before adding any additional water.

5. Once charging is completed, open the vent caps and look inside the fill wells.

6. Add water until the water is 1/8 inch below the bottom of the fill well.  A piece of rubber can be used safely as a dipstick to determine this level.

7. Clean, replace, and tighten all vent caps.

 

Never add acid to a battery.

TROJAN BATTERY SPECIFICATIONS

If your charger will not turn on and your cart will not move try following these steps

Check battery water level

If your battery water level is below the top of the battery plates add just enough water to cover the plates.

DO NOT COMPLETELY FILL YOUR BATTERIES PRIOR TO CHARGING.  FOLLOW BATTERY FILL PROCEDURE LISTED ABOVE!

For 36 Volt carts

Using a 12 volt battery charger, connect the negative charger lead to the most negative batter post on the battery pack.  (This is usually the black wire that goes to the cart)  Look at the positive battery post on the same battery and follow the battery cable to the negative battery post of the next battery.  Connect the positive charger wire to the positive post of this battery.  Turn the battery charger on and allow to charge for approximately 10 minutes.  After 10 minutes turn off the 12 volt battery charger, follow the wire from the positive battery post where the charger positive lead is to the negative of the next battery.  Place the negative battery charger lead on this negative post.  Look at the positive battery post on the same battery and follow the cable to the negative battery post of the next battery.  Connect the positive charger wire to the positive post of this battery. Turn the battery charger on and allow to charge for approximately 10 minutes.  After 10 minutes turn off the 12 volt battery charger, follow the wire from the positive battery post where the charger positive lead is to the negative of the next battery.  Place the negative battery charger lead on this negative post.  Look at the positive battery post on the same battery and follow the cable to the negative battery post of the next battery.  Connect the positive charger wire to the positive post of this battery. Turn the battery charger on and allow to charge for approximately 10 minutes.  Now turn off and remove the 12 volt battery charger.  Connect your golf cart charger and check to see that it is operating.  Allow to charge for approximately 12 hours.  Check to see if your cart now runs.

For 48 Volt carts

Using a 12 volt battery charger, connect the negative charger lead to the most negative batter post on the battery pack.  (This is usually the black wire that goes to the cart)  connect the positive battery charger lead to the positive post of the same battery. Using the trickle charge mode, turn on your 12 volt battery charger.  Allow the charger to run for approximately 10 minutes. Now turn off and remove the 12 volt battery charger. Connect your 12 battery charger to the next battery and charge for approximately 10 minutes.  Repeat this process until all batteries have been charged. Connect your golf cart charger and check to see that it is operating.  Allow to charge for approximately 12 hours.  Check to see if your cart now runs.

If these steps do not work contact us at 208-691-9102 to arrange for cart pick up

If these steps do work contact us for a battery maintainer so you do not have to do this again.