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Old 02-03-2021, 05:00 PM
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My windows in the back has fell out and can't find anyone to repair them. I had All about carts to come to my home but he could not put them back in, but he still charged me $75 for the house call. Rip Off. ALL ABOUT CARTS?

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Old 02-03-2021, 05:11 PM
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I'm thinking about trading-in my 2011 Yamaha gas cart for a cart with doors, although another option would be to add doors to my existing cart. But I want to make sure to consider all the major pros and cons to having doors on a cart. Serious input appreciated.


For starters you’re adding weight, this will effect gas mileage, wear on tires, clutch, suspension parts, more maintenance check’s like checking tire pressure and oil changes, and may be hotter in summer?

Good things, no messing with zippers, easy to keep rain out, easy to heat in cool days like in the morning., more air tight.

Being I keep my cart in tip top shape I could live with enclosed hard structure.
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Old 02-03-2021, 08:39 PM
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I'm thinking about trading-in my 2011 Yamaha gas cart for a cart with doors, although another option would be to add doors to my existing cart. But I want to make sure to consider all the major pros and cons to having doors on a cart. Serious input appreciated.
My wife has the MEE cab (bought cart from Carts and Clubs) and loves it; me, not so much; too confining for me.
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I personally like the real golf cart experience, open air. It did get so cold the last couple of days that I had to flip up the windshield, which I almost never do. There definitely seems to be a trend of people trying to make their golf carts more like cars than golf carts, which I will never buy into, but to each his or her own.
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I personally like the real golf cart experience, open air. It did get so cold the last couple of days that I had to flip up the windshield, which I almost never do. There definitely seems to be a trend of people trying to make their golf carts more like cars than golf carts, which I will never buy into, but to each his or her own.
I'm with you. Love the open air.
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According to carts and clubs,the MEE Cab Enclosere company is now bankrupt due to COVID 19.
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For starters you’re adding weight, this will effect gas mileage, wear on tires, clutch, suspension parts, more maintenance check’s like checking tire pressure and oil changes, and may be hotter in summer?

Good things, no messing with zippers, easy to keep rain out, easy to heat in cool days like in the morning., more air tight.

Being I keep my cart in tip top shape I could live with enclosed hard structure.
The only truth here is it adds more weight
other than that it affects nothing normal wear and tear
like any other cart
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