You have come to the right place to replace your Peg Perego 24 volt battery and charger for your toddler'child's ride-on Polaris Sportsman or Gaucho quad to name a few. Here are three key points to consider when replacing your battery.
- All of the original Peg Perego 24 volt batteries are surrounded by a YELLOW plastic case to make it easy to identify and replace.
- There are two physical Peg Perego replacement battery sizes to consider (scroll below products or Click to Learn More)
- It is least costly to open the case disconnect and replace only the two batteries inside
Most of the North American market will utilize one particular 24V Peg Perego replacement battery: IAKB0522. However we have been made aware that there is another size IAKB0529 which we cannot acquire from Peg Perego that is slightly smaller than the IAKB0522.
The original IAKB0522 is a 24V 11Ah battery pack to which we have two after market upgrades coming in at 24V 12Ah and 24V 15Ah. The 15 amp hour battery pack will offer up to 35% longer run times between charges. These batteries can be found in the Polaris Sportsman ATV and Gaucho quad replicas.
The mysterious IAKB0529 is a 24V 8Ah battery pack. It is found in the newer Polaris Ranger RZR and John Deere Gator HPX 6x4. Currently the only option we have to repalce this 24V battery pack is to open the YELLOW case and replace the two 12V 8Ah batteries found inside with two of our 12V 9Ah batteries.
Peg Perego Charger
The 24 volt Peg Perego charger is a universal input (120 VAC to 240 VAC) and provides 1000mAh or current at 24 volts DC. It is known by model number 24VMPAF or MECB0121U.
There really are no aftermarket options to replace this charger due to the low output and special connector. Most other 24 volt chargers are used with mobility scooters or commercial equipment. They generally put out 3-25 amps of current and use an XLR connector or Anderson SB50 or SB175.