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Old 10-14-2019, 05:09 PM
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A year ago I was considering having a hard enclosure installed on my 2015 Yamaha.
But cost and availability of someone to do it put a damper on the idea.
Now having spent my first summer here I’m glad I didn’t.
In the summer I want all the air movement I can get.
OP if you really want a hard enclosure,
you might be better off looking for a used enclosed cart that is a couple years old.
They do come up for sale frequently!
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Old 11-08-2019, 11:16 AM
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On my third cart with the Curtis Cab. Would not have a cart without one.
I've been in a cart with doors (not sure it is Curtis Cab though) and I find those doors rattle. Maybe that is rare but I certainly don't like to hear rattles.
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Old 11-08-2019, 11:57 AM
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I also prefer free flowing air, find the hard enclosures both hot and confining. I have a friend that has both, he only uses the one with hard enclosure when rain is forecast. In the winter we roll down the rear sides and the clear back window and leave it down all winter. It just doesn't get cold enough here to warrant a full enclosure in our opinion.
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I've been in a cart with doors (not sure it is Curtis Cab though) and I find those doors rattle. Maybe that is rare but I certainly don't like to hear rattles.
Mine don't rattle...my other cart with Sunbrella enclosure I can't stand the it flapping in the wind
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Bought a Yamaha in 2010 with Curtis Cab enclosure and for the most part was happy with it. Had to have the drivers door adjusted because it was not closing tight. When it happened the 2nd time I was told they could not adjust it any further and my best option was to replace the door. There was a good 2" opening behind the driver.
Opted to leave it alone and early this year traded that cart for a Yamaha with Sleekline enclosure. Very much prefer the Sleekline.
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