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Old 06-26-2011, 11:37 AM
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Default Golf Cart Reupholstering

Looking for someone to reupholster our golf cart seats. We have an electric Par Car. Please call 352-205-8729

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Old 06-28-2011, 10:15 AM
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Looking for someone to reupholster our golf cart seats. We have an electric Par Car. Please call 352-205-8729
ULTIMATE GOLF SEATS.COM ON THE WEB. FACTORY IN BELLVIEW, TEL.# 888-989-9887. FRIENDS HAD SEAT REUPHOLSTED GREAT JOB.
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Old 06-28-2011, 10:31 AM
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Default My experience was with a Club Car DS

I used Eugene of Quality Enclosures for the whole enclosure for my cart, including upholstering the seat. I was happy with their work and would use them again. Here was a thread where I asked about enclosure makers
http://talkofthevillages.com/forums/...ghlight=eugene
Here is one post from that thread after I selected Eugene.

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This post is to update this thread in case someone finds it via a search and could use the info.

Thanks for the recommendations; I have talked with 3 places.

All three offer a quality enclosure. All enclosures I looked at have side panels, back draft panel, golf club fold down cover, wind dam for above windshield. I have always had good experiences using Scott, I have yet to use the other two.

In the end I am likely going with Eugene. I have enjoyed talking carts with him and I like the flexibility of not buying a premade enclosure. Since they cut/sew their own, I can make some modifications to how the enclosure attaches. I also do not want the roof and seat cover which is not the way Scot sells it. If I look strictly at pricing:
  • Scott: $850 for the whole package, including enclosure, seat and roof cap.
  • Masters: $650 (also quoted $695 once) for enclosure, $185 for seats, $150 for roof cover, $45 for pickup/dropoff cart
  • Eugene: $650 for enclosure, $100 for seat, $100 for roof cap.

Hope that helps. If you use Eugene, please tell him Alan from TOTV with the 2002 Club Car sent you.
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Old 06-28-2011, 08:19 PM
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Alan - FWIW..........the link for Quality Cart Enclosures' web site isn't good any more. I did find a phone number for them in a different thread - (352) 693-3376. Don't know if it's a good number or not.

*update* - Here's a good link to their web site: http://www.qualitygolfcartenclosures.com/

Bill

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Old 06-29-2011, 05:38 AM
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Alan - FWIW..........the link for Quality Cart Enclosures' web site isn't good any more. I did find a phone number for them in a different thread - (352) 693-3376. Don't know if it's a good number or not.

*update* - Here's a good link to their web site: http://www.qualitygolfcartenclosures.com/

Bill
Thank you for taking the time update. They must have changed domain names. I _swear_ I always used the one in the old thread, but I cannot prove that now . I did look at the invoice for the work I had done and the web site on it is www.eugenesgolfcarts.com. That does not exist either!

They are better at sewing enclosures than they are at setting up a presence on the Internet
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