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Old 11-11-2019, 02:43 PM
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Any ideas as to where you can get a golf cart front vowel reapired @ repainted. Was hit by a driver that backed into my cart and the paint has cracked and will need repainted.
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Old 11-11-2019, 04:39 PM
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Any ideas as to where you can get a golf cart front vowel reapired @ repainted. Was hit by a driver that backed into my cart and the paint has cracked and will need repainted.
The golf cart bodies are typically Fiberglas, I have had some luck repairing Fiberglas (my wife has a corvette), however, matching the paint may be the bigger problem. If the paint was a stock golf cart OEM color, you may get lucky and the OEM will have touch up paint available, otherwise, I have no idea how to get a matching color.
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The Villages golf cart shops have a body shop off Rolling acres Road, North of 466. I believe it is on Duck Lake Rd. I had the same thing happened to the front of mine and they repaired it at the body shop. They also furnished me a loaner. Call 352 750-3418.
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I'm lost. What is meant by the front vowel?
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Carts and Clubs in Ocala had mine fixed for me.
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How about one of the many auto body repair shops in the area?
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The golf cart bodies are typically Fiberglas, I have had some luck repairing Fiberglas (my wife has a corvette), however, matching the paint may be the bigger problem. If the paint was a stock golf cart OEM color, you may get lucky and the OEM will have touch up paint available, otherwise, I have no idea how to get a matching color.
I believe that newer golf cart are made of thermal plastic.
Older golf cart fiberglass
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