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Old 02-15-2015, 10:17 AM
gino roxie gino roxie is offline
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Default Golf cart enclosures

Hi, am interested in finding out about sliding enclosures to put on my cart.
Any suggestions. Would like sliding doors that can stay partially open or fully open when driving. Thanks
Old 02-15-2015, 12:06 PM
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Also shopping for sliding enclosures, I noted that there are no easy solutions. The Curtis,comes only in white, tan, or black has a nasty metal side flange that can gouge your hip when you get in and our of your cart. Slickline-more expensive,much heavier,sticks when you slide it.
Very frustrating.
Old 02-15-2015, 05:40 PM
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I have the curtis cab in black and I love it.I always hated those roll down plastic curtains.Its nice now to keep you warm on those chilly mornings.And its nice when it down pours to stay dry.The one down side for me is the weight.Having an electric cart weight is always an issue.I`ve never gouged myself yet!!!but I see your point on how you could.I know for sure I will never have a cart with the roll down plastic curtains again.
Old 02-16-2015, 09:48 AM
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We have a Curtis Cab and love it. We have never been gouged though. We wouldn't own the curtain either.
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We bought an older Yamaha front facing four seater in good condition and had it fitted with the zippered enclosures and they work very well keeping out rain and cold. The Villages Golf Cart Store had it done and also had our seat covers and valance replaced. It works like a charm, is cozy on these cold days, and doesn't look or act bunglesome. It cost us right around a thousand dollars for the longer chassis.

There are far fewer coldish days than really hot ones, and making it all stow away is a good thing.
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Old 02-16-2015, 11:45 AM
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Golf Cart Enclosures and Covers for the USA UK and Ireland

The link takes you to the website for the enclosure company. There may be a local company that will order and install for.

Plymouth (MA)
Lexington (MA)
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