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Old 06-12-2021, 02:52 PM   #1
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Default Please give me your thoughts electric buggy vs gas

I'm tired of walking the half mile to my stand. My hunting partner in KS has an E-Bike so I considered that until I saw the prices and I'm not crazy about riding two wheels in the dark on a questionable ranch road. So, I'm considering a lifted golf cart instead, not that they're cheaper, and I'm not getting any younger. I want an electric cart for the quietness but there's battery charging and replacement etc. Thoughts on your experiences are appreciated.
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Old 06-12-2021, 02:54 PM   #2
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I have an electric cart and when the wind is right I can drive right up on deer feeding in my feeder pen. Quiet and no gasoline smell.


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Old 06-12-2021, 03:09 PM   #3
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I used a bad boy buggy for a few years at my Rock Springs lease. 72v has the ***** and range. Highly recommend but pricey.
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Old 06-12-2021, 03:09 PM   #4
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I have a gas ez go built in 1989. I rebulit the engine a few years ago for less than $ 400.
No way a battery operated cart can compete long term
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Old 06-12-2021, 03:30 PM   #5
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The Polaris ev will be my next utv.
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Old 06-12-2021, 03:38 PM   #6
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I was thinking about this myself. In for answers.


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Old 06-12-2021, 03:43 PM   #7
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Ive been on a Bad Boy. It would climb anything and you could drive right up on critters. If you have electric at camp to leave it plugged in when gone its a no brainer. More toque no noise.
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Old 06-12-2021, 03:55 PM   #8
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If you are only using it a few times a year, electric. Fuel spoils while sitting. Plus you still have to charge a fuel powered cart. Electric would be the way to go.
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The Bad Boy I had took a couple acres to turn around. My EZ Go Beast is much better. I’ve never had occasion toneed more than the 48 volts and I’ve used it on some pretty steep hills.
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We used a bad boy for awhile. It has great advantages…. Several negative issues 1. Cost to replace batteries 2. You need a minimum 45 acres,…. That is to turn it around. 3. When you do run out of juice (and you will) a jug of electricity is hard to pour without getting it everywhere
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Old 06-12-2021, 04:26 PM   #11
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Golf cart is stealthy. But rides like ****. That’s my input haha
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Old 06-12-2021, 04:29 PM   #12
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Golf cart is stealthy. But rides like ****. Thatís my input haha

Bad boy buggy has independent suspension if you wanna pay for itÖ
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Old 06-12-2021, 05:01 PM   #13
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If all you are doing is going back and forth to the stand you can’t beat electric IMO. I like my Bad Boy but as others have said it has the turning radius of a 18 wheeler. If you have good roads and it’s not too hilly I would consider a lifted two wheel drive cart
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Old 06-12-2021, 06:00 PM   #14
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Default Please give me your thoughts electric buggy vs gas

For to and from the stand and sneaking around at night shooting pigs with thermals I love my golf cart.

I donít use it for ranch work at all other than occasionally filling my feeder in my back yard at home.

It lasts about 20miles but when itís dead itís dead. Iíve got about $5000 in mine after new batteries, wheels tires and several accessories. Itís a 20 year old EZGO I got used last year and have been steadily tinkering with. When theyíre off back order Iíll upgrade the front end to independent suspension for a better ride.
It turns on a dime and I cross several wet areas and small creek crossing with no issues.









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Old 06-12-2021, 07:17 PM   #15
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After sneaking up on a herd of Elk in Colorado on a EV Bad Boy buggy, my next UTV will be Electric. I tried a golf cart and it couldn’t climb the hills in Blanco and had an overall crappy ride.

Polaris EV appears to be the most capable of any EV UTV available now.
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Old 06-12-2021, 07:22 PM   #16
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Golf cart, quiet and sneaky and good for crossing open field at a creep. Lacks power in sand or mud and if your climbing a lot of hills it will suck the battery life down some what. You could run out of juice and your screwed.
Gas, loud, smells some but you don't ever have to run out of gas. Just take some with you.
I found a cordura tarp and made a cover with doors. I get out in the middle of the wheat fields and hang out with the cows.
You can sneak up on hogs with someone with a bow. They slip out and walk behind you. Stop at 30 yards. They step out and whack em.
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Old 06-12-2021, 07:26 PM   #17
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If all you are doing is going back and forth to the stand you canít beat electric IMO. I like my Bad Boy but as others have said it has the turning radius of a 18 wheeler. If you have good roads and itís not too hilly I would consider a lifted two wheel drive cart

I could change your mind in a hurry about hills and bad roads with my cart. It has gone places and done things I would have never imagined. Itís never left me stranded and our lease roads were anything but flat and smooth out in Haskell county.


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Old 06-12-2021, 07:51 PM   #18
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I have two bad boys and older all electric and newer ambush that is both gas and electric. Which completely takes always the worry of running out of juice. They both haul plenty for me and have drug feeders, tripods, trailer I have zero complaints about either of my bad boy buggies!


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Old 06-12-2021, 08:46 PM   #19
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If you get serious about electric, the Ranger EV is the best. The BBBís would be a very distant second. They are a great machine too, but not even in the same
Class as the Ranger. Cheapest route is the golf cart. I just never cared for the rough ride they have.

I had a Ranger EV for about 6 years. Sold it and bought a Mule because I needed more seating room. I miss that EV every single day. There simply is no better electric rig.
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Old 06-12-2021, 09:11 PM   #20
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I think from the OP the costs of a Bad Boy Buggy is out of price range.

I have been using an electric golf cart at our place in Aspermont for over 10 years. The only issue I have is driving in the mud, it will drain the battery quick. The ride is a little rough, but if you are just cruising to your stand no big deal, don't haul A wide open and the ride will be fine.

If really only going 1/2 mile each way the charge will last an entire weekend easy, maybe even a week if fresh batteries. If you have power at your camp then I would always put back on the charger.

I would definitely recommend 48V golf cart over the BB or a gas golf cart. Super quiet, good used buggies can be found reasonably priced and batteries should last years if you take care of them.

I have a 2015 EZGO S4 48V and reinforced the back deck, added a receiver for a hitch. One of my feeders is way off the beaten path. I can haul my 14' trailer with a pallet of corn and an extra 10 bags for over a mile and back with no problem. I have even pulled my 20' Shallow Sport with it, which is why I needed to reinforce the back deck!

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Old 06-12-2021, 10:12 PM   #21
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If you get serious about electric, the Ranger EV is the best. The BBBís would be a very distant second. They are a great machine too, but not even in the same
Class as the Ranger. Cheapest route is the golf cart. I just never cared for the rough ride they have.

I had a Ranger EV for about 6 years. Sold it and bought a Mule because I needed more seating room. I miss that EV every single day. There simply is no better electric rig.
What kind of range do they have, found nothing on their web site.
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Old 06-12-2021, 10:29 PM   #22
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I've owned both
Just don't do it...golf carts are worthless imo even w upgraded suspension your spine will rattle out your back

Get a used rhino and be done
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Old 06-13-2021, 08:54 AM   #23
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I have both. I use gas for working around the ranch. When I want to hunt, i use the electric.
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Old 06-13-2021, 09:06 AM   #24
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Just don't do it...golf carts are worthless imo even w upgraded suspension your spine will rattle out your back

Get a used rhino and be done

They do ride rough but they are far from worthless.


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Old 06-13-2021, 11:10 AM   #25
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What kind of range do they have, found nothing on their web site.
They claim 50 miles but I think 30+ is more realistic in hunting situations.
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My old as dirt cart with a lift isnít very rough riding and very far from worthless. Actually 100% better than walking, 100% better than driving my truck through some of the brush I go through and will carry my generator, power tools And lumber.
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Old 06-13-2021, 11:23 AM   #27
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I have a Bad Boy Instinct 2 WD 72 volt and it is great.
I have used it for years in the Sabine River bottom close to Bon Wier.
Ezgo makes a 4WD electric cart and Bass Pro has the Tracker line now which includes an electric buggy
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They claim 50 miles but I think 30+ is more realistic in hunting situations.
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Old 06-13-2021, 07:07 PM   #29
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My old as dirt cart with a lift isnít very rough riding and very far from worthless. Actually 100% better than walking, 100% better than driving my truck through some of the brush I go through and will carry my generator, power tools And lumber.



I agree, decent suspension, big fat tires and mine rides okay for the speed i travel on it and Iíve had spine surgery.




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Like the OP when I'm too lazy (especially when my wife is along) to walk to the stand I use my EZ-Go electric. It's not a long range powerhouse but it does the job. I was contemplating upgrading to Lithium batteries but it's way too expensive.
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wanted to bump this and see if anyone had experience with the newer EZGO EFI or Yamaha quietech gas engines...? 2019 or newer.

we have a 48v now and with all the hills in our 'hood we barely get 1.5hrs out of it with new batteries. thinking about going gas but i like the quiet.
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My daughter has 2 carryall work carts on her ranch. They get used all day every day. I can't imagine using gas carts. Buying gasoline all the time, oil changes, noise ........
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Is the Ranger EV still the best? Are they just as quiet as a golf cart?
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Electric are nice, but are way more maintenance intensive if you're doing it the way you are supposed to. Plus, those batteries are around $1,000 every few years.

The gas ones are my preference. I have way less gas ones in my shop than electric.
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One more thing. Easygo has a steel frame. Clubbers have aluminum frames.
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If you get serious about electric, the Ranger EV is the best. The BBBís would be a very distant second. They are a great machine too, but not even in the same
Class as the Ranger. Cheapest route is the golf cart. I just never cared for the rough ride they have.

I had a Ranger EV for about 6 years. Sold it and bought a Mule because I needed more seating room. I miss that EV every single day. There simply is no better electric rig.
I couldnít get over how quiet a friendís electric Ranger is. It works for his needs to visit his mom at her ranch across the road and the in laws who also live nearby. The in laws use electric golf carts to go back n forth visiting.
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If you buy used, driver it on a bumpy road and make sure it doesn't creak, groan or rattle. I bought one that I really like but it is not as quiet as my friend's electric cart. Batteries are $800 every 4 years so $200/yr. Other than that, pretty much zero. I use mine in my yard often moving trailers, tools and people.
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Electric are nice, but are way more maintenance intensive if you're doing it the way you are supposed to. Plus, those batteries are around $1,000 every few years.

The gas ones are my preference. I have way less gas ones in my shop than electric.
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Change my mind for me. Always willing to learn something.
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If your dealing with mud very often the golf cart option would be out for me, I built a golf cart several years back and it worked great until the mud came and then I was hating it after it left me stuck several times in a tiny little hole. I went back to my Rangers and moved on from the cart. The Polaris EV might work a lot better than the cart but for the money I’m sticking to the gas units.
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Gas. I can full recharge it in 30 seconds lol
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I wouldn’t mind a golf cart, but would hate loading and unloading one going from spot to spot , it’s miles between stands
They probably work great on a pea popper ranch / small place , and I would definitely not feel good if it was raining

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Did eventually upgrade to lithium and its a fantastic cart now.
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Electric are nice, but are way more maintenance intensive if you're doing it the way you are supposed to. Plus, those batteries are around $1,000 every few years.

The gas ones are my preference. I have way less gas ones in my shop than electric.
There is no doubt your correct. For some reason people think they can stealth their way right up on a big buck so buy a load of batteries with a buggy attached . I find that comical myself. No way on earth gas does not win long term.
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Old 08-09-2022, 07:58 PM   #47
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Buddy had a nice bad boy buggy at his uvalde lease. On the road it was great, with any rain the black dirt/mud would lock it up and gum up the wheels so bad it wouldn’t move. Very stealthy on moving around the lease, but when it was wet it wasn’t worth a dang in the fields. They harvested cotton on some of the fields there.
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Electric are nice, but are way more maintenance intensive if you're doing it the way you are supposed to. Plus, those batteries are around $1,000 every few years.

The gas ones are my preference. I have way less gas ones in my shop than electric.

Lithium is the way to go for electric.

Even with lead acid I got 6+ years out of my last set with minimal maintenance.


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So many people want to just jump in and go. An electric buggy needs the correct battery maintenance or they won’t last. I owned two different ones and I learned the battery break in and maintenance the hard way. My last set of batteries lasted six years like yours. Replacements were a little less than a $1,000. It never stranded me, never got stuck that we couldn’t push it a few yards and get it out. My buddy and I slipped up on many a hog and left it stranded though !
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go battery op. No gas smell and no noise. We used an electric golf cart at my place.
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