Frontier E34 Electric Golf Cruiser Review

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Richard Conway's review of Frontier E34 Electric Golf Cruiser

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Frontier E34 Electric Golf Cruiser

“These Frontier E34 Electric Golf buggies are well...”

Written on: 21/04/2010 by Richard Conway (1 review written)

These Frontier E34 Electric Golf buggies are well designed but cheaply produced. Therefore continual maintenance is of prime importance. Their low value appearance on the second hand market enables them to be returned to a better than new condition very cheaply. The batteries require upgrading from 20AH to 24AH and changing them is somewhat fiddley rather than difficult. As all the wires are either black or red you should ensure that each wire is clearly marked so that they can be returned to the correct locations. Check all connections as the original crimping is a little slap dash. The drive chain can be noisy and requires adjustment and lubrication in the same way a motorcycle chain does. Wheel bearings need to be re-packed with grease to avoid rumble and undue wear. The fibre glass body shell requires rubber washers fitting to all locating points to cut down on rattle. Changing to lock nuts and shake proof washers also pays dividends. The brake cable requires lubrication and adjustment to get the best out of the rear disk brake. Initially the steering can feel vague, owing to the fold down column feature, but you quickly get used it. A good dose of WD40 on all moving parts pays off in the long run. The motor is adequate but if you really wanted to improve performance then it could be rewound be warned this is not cheap. To be fair, don't expect a Rolls-Royce but with a little effort you will get tremendous value and service from a low cost second hand buggy.

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Heysham999's Response to Richard Conway's Review

Written on: 18/08/2010

I found this review very helpful because..I hAve one of these chinese 3 wheel buggies. I have had to change the batteries to 22 amp gel batteries. The supplying company seem to have disappeared and there is no back up. The braking system on my buggy is not working and I do not have a handbook to show me what to do.
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<br/>Paul Baxter

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Obanlink's Response to Richard Conway's Review

Written on: 18/06/2014

Your review is very helpful and I was wondering if you have any knowledge of the Fourstar buggy which looks very similar to the Frontier. I have recently purchased a secondhand one with the knowledge that it was running very slow and hoping that I could getting operating properly again. When the ignition is switched on that battery indicator suggests that all 3 batteries are fully charged. A red light is visible alongside what looks like an engine symbol. That motor runs but very soon decreases in revs and the red light flashes. I've looked at how the batteries are linked and they are as follows: battery 1 = positive to bat. 2s negative and negative to mains connection. Battery 2 positive to to bat 3s negative. Battery 3s positive to fuse which continues to mains. Any help would be much appreciated.

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