|Topic Review (Newest First)|
|11-18-2010 03:52 PM|
Originally Posted by TQA View Post
Of the last six courses I have been on, 2 in Georgia, 1 in Texas, 1 in Colorado and 2 in Delaware only one course was using Trojan.
Trojan's pricing has become outrageous. My buddy Mike is a GC manager in MA and they switched away from Trojan 4-5 years ago and have never looked back. It has saved them thousands over the last five years and they do spread sheet the costs of batteries. They have used both US Battery and Crown but currently use US Battery.
Trojan has not seen a 90% share of the GC market in a long time.
Even Yamaha dumped Trojan in favor of US Battery:
"Yamaha will now use US Battery Co. as their OEM battery supplier. US
|11-18-2010 01:31 PM|
|TQA||When I look at market share Trojans have 90+% of the US golf cart market so I guess if I go by market share then it is Trojan.|
|11-18-2010 08:10 AM|
|sailingdog||I'd point out that almost all of the brand name GC2 type batteries, like the T105 or the Deka GC2 are going to be about the same in terms of quality and performance, since any that weren't would rapidly lose market share in the highly competitive golf cart market.|
|11-16-2010 10:40 AM|
|mitiempo||They each make their own batteries. Trojan produces their own brand. Deka is a retail brand of East Penn Manufacturing, one of the largest producers of batteries in the US.|
|11-16-2010 10:00 AM|
|P35juniper||are fords as good as chevys, if you are worried about this you should ba able to find out who actully makes each, as battery plants make batteries for other companys|
|11-16-2010 09:41 AM|
DEKA or TROJAN golf cart batteries OPINONS?
I need to replace my bank of 6 golf cart batteries and currently have Trojans. The local supplier in the Caribbean has DEKA equivelents.
Are DEKAs as good as TROJANS ? The price is about the same.
I can get TROJANS but not until I get to Antigua.