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Ben Sayers Golf Trolley Spares

Many Spares for the Ben Sayers models of electric golf trolley.  From the old original to the new models.

Ben Sayers Battery Lead

Easily ordered a new battery lead cable for the Ben Sayers electric trolley.  This battery cable comes with a round connector with 3 pins this then fits into the connection in the battery tray socket.  Faults for this component can be checked on this website search battery lead faults.  Replacement and fixes for this cable are easily fitted to the battery poles by way of a cross screw.

Speed Control Switch (potentiometer)

The speed control switch is a common spare part to get damaged.  This happens when the switch stem gets a knock and causes the connection within the switch to malfunction.  Easily diagnosed with some previous faults listed with the speed control. Replacement is a fairly easy job by removal of the back of the handle, then unplugging the switch from the handle circuit and removing the nut holding it to the handle.

Golf Trolley Wheel Clutch

Ben Sayers wheel clutches are available on the store page.  Please see some of the photos of various wheel types used over the years.

 

Controller Module

The controller for the Ben Sayers golf trolley.

The new model is the SIG-T2D3-J-12 (Store Product no. SKU108).   The older models had a different controller and many had the S1G-12V-8-J-9 and similar compatible controllers to fit the rectangular handle circuit.

Controllers for Older Models

Handle Circuits

Handle circuits for the Ben Sayers golf trolley came in many types over the years of different golf trolley models.  The original circuit was rectangular and is still available in the store.  There were newer models introduced and used the D-62145 or D64186 or D-61337 circuits.  Remember always to seek advice as these components only work with specific golf trolley controllers.

New Circuit sealed rubber.

 

 

23 thoughts on “Ben Sayers Golf Trolley Spares”

  1. HI , HAVE A CADDYMATIC V2 (LIKE THE BEN SAYERS TROLLEY) WHEN I TURN IT ON ALL LIGHTS COME ON BUT LAST WEEK ALL OK TILL 7TH HOLE THEN TROLLEY STARTED TO GO THEN STOP THEN WOULD NOT GO, WHEN TURNING SPEED CONTROL SWITCH IT WOULD GO THROUGH UP TO 9 BUT NO MOVEMENT OFF TROLLEY, SO PUSHED IT OFF GOLF COURSE THEN IT STARTED TO GO FOR ABOUT 4 YARDS THEN STOPPED AGAIN? ANY IDEA WHAT COULD BE THE CAUSE? I HAD A NEW CONTROL SWTCH OF WHICH I FITTED BUT STILL SAME PROBLEM

    1. First thing to check. If the trolley goes off power completely or even cuts off speed it can be a battery connection lead. i.e. enough power to light up display but not enough to power the trolley especially at full speed. Check all connections.

  2. Gudmundur Borghtorsson

    Dear sir/madam, kindly inform how to buy spare Pro Rider Golf Trolley Tyre Tread Rubber Pair, for the rear wheels.
    For your information I live in Orihuela Costa in Spain.

  3. David McGranaghan

    Hi,

    Looking for a motor replacement for Ben Sayers trolley – I think.
    When I turn on the unit and set speed it clicks but doesn’t engage the gear it seems. Gave it a few kicks and it goes sometimes. Control unit has power going to it so I’m assuming it’s the linix motor – any idea where I can get one?

    Battery ahs been fully charged and as I say it goes sometimes after a few taps but not all teh time. obviously not ideal.

    1. Might be dirt and or damp inside the motor housing. A clean and spray of WD40 can sometimes help, especially when the motor is going then sticking.

  4. I have a Ben Sayers Electric trolley – when i turn the speed dial sometimes it works 1-9 other times it doesnt respond or only goes up to 8 or less
    Do I need a new part?

    1. You will most likely find the golf trolley works normally in every other way i.e preset distance buttons. If so it’s almost certain it’s the speed control switch (SKU102) available online store.

  5. Raymond Morgan

    Have a Ben Sayers electric trolley nearly 2 years old.The on off switch has worn right through so does not always work.Also the wiring connection going downthrough the trunk got trapped when the handle was connected and severed have rejoined it,can you tell me the parts I need to repair it properly.Do i need the whole handle and wiring right through to the battery connection.

    1. The buy spares store online has the parts you need. The display cover buttons for the D shape handle are in stock at the moment awaiting the T winged display button covers. A temporary fix would be to cover the button with cello tape ( if the circuit is not damaged) . The Main wiring from the controller box under the battery tray to the handle circuit is available under product no. (SKU111). Fitting Instructions available on this website.

  6. Could I buy a pair of wide winter wheels for my Ben Sayers remote control trolley. Since I bought it in September 2020 its constantly pulled to the right. I’m told its probably a wheel clutch. I’m assuming if I buy new winter wheels that would solve the problem.
    Thank you

  7. Good Morning,
    I am trying to fit the main wire that goes from battery to handle. The old one had a plastic corrugated covering to protect it but cant remember at what point of the run it goes. Do you know?
    thanks, Andy

  8. Hi ,I have a Ben Sayers electric trolley S1-T2 lately the a b c,are working ok ,but the display for the speed control only goes from 1to 3 then back to zero there is not enough power to drive the trolley although the battery is fully charged any advice about this problem
    Thank you

    1. If the numbers are not able to scroll up the speed settings and also if jumping or missing then 99% it is needing a new speed control switch as in the store item SKU4102.

  9. Hi, I have a 2 year old Ben Sayers trolley. Recently the power has been cutting out after about 5 holes of golf. If I unplug the battery from the trolley and then reattach it it will power up and work for another few hundred yards before switching off again. I replaced both the battery cable and the charging unit, thinking the battery was not getting a full charge. I have noticed, however, that when I plug the battery into the charging unit to charge it that the light remains green and very rarely turns red. I have no idea what the problem is. Can you help?

    1. Normally when plugging the charger in it would show a red light initially and if not it’s nearly always the battery cable or connection. In VERY rare occasions it can be the battery itself. Worth borrowing one to see what happens.

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