Trojan T-875 8 Volt Golf Cart Battery | 6 Pack | 48V Systems ClubCar Ezgo Yamaha
This product listing is for the Trojan T-875 8 Volt Golf Cart Battery | 6 Pack | 48v Systems ClubCar Ezgo Yamaha. The T-875 is a 8 volt Golf Cart Battery. Very popular with the golf community because Trojan has been making them for almost 100 years. Now with T2 Technology. Trojan batteries are a clean, reliable power source for golf carts, electric vehicles, floor machines, AWP, RV, marine, mobility, solar power and renewable energy. Trojan’s proprietary Maxguard® Advanced Design Separator and exclusive Alpha Plus® Paste Formulation deliver longer life and enhanced performance.
Trojan Battery Company is the world leader in deep cycle battery technology. Since 1925, Trojan has been a pioneer in the development of superior deep cycle batteries. Decades of experience, ongoing research and dedication go into every deep cycle battery we manufacture. The bottom-line? You can depend on Trojan to deliver reliable, long lasting, continuous power and exceptional value. That’s the Trojan advantage, and it’s yours in every deep cycle battery with the distinctive maroon case.
Trojan’s proprietary Maxguard® Advanced Design Separator and exclusive Alpha Plus® paste formulation team up to increase battery life, extend run time and decrease maintenance.
Polyon™container – the ultra-rugged case design stands up to the harshest of environments.
5hr Rate: 145
20hr Rate: 170
BCI Group: GC8
Dimensions: 10.21″L x 7.06″W x 11.14″H
Terminal Type: UTL
These numbers represent the amount of amp-hours (AH) a Golf Cart Battery can deliver when discharged at a constant rate at 80°F (27°C) for the 20 Hr and 100 Hr rates and 86°F (30°C) for the 5 Hr rate and maintain a voltage above 1.75 V/cell. Capacities are based on peak performance.
The Golf Cart Battery dimensions are based on maximum size. These dimensions may vary depending on type of handle or terminal. All Golf Cart Battery dimensions are taken from bottom of the battery to the highest point on the battery. Heights may vary depending on type of terminals or type of caps placed over cells.