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Old 09-02-2019, 03:32 PM
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Do they still sun visors for golf carts at market night at sumter landing? Thank you in advance for any info.
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if they do i think it is a wastes of money yes I have them
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Old 09-02-2019, 04:37 PM
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if they do i think it is a wastes of money yes I have them
That’s disappointing to hear. I had been considering them for my cart. What’s the problem?
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Old 09-03-2019, 06:51 AM
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I had a set on Dad's cart. Mom complained about the noise.
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if they do i think it is a wastes of money yes I have them
we bought them when we bought our new cart. The evening sun is powerful.

and, actually, They don't work like the cars, just not long enough and then theres the space on top that allows the sun in. Ours don't make noise.

But for the $99 we paid, what are you going to do.... better than driving with your hand across your face.
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Old 09-03-2019, 08:18 AM
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That’s disappointing to hear. I had been considering them for my cart. What’s the problem?
I don't know if they still are available at the square, but I will say we have them and on many evenings if we are out in the cart they are invaluable. They are only noisy when you put them up or down, at least on our cart. Here is contact info: Easy View Gold Cart Visors, seanof@comcast.net, 352-638-5651
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Old 09-03-2019, 10:27 AM
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In our club car I have to duck my head down already to see under the roof line. I would hate to add anything that lowers the visibility even more. Although I never really thought about it before this thread, the roof acts as a sun visor for taller people. I just sit up a little straighter and let the roofline block the sun.
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I have had a set for over 2 years they work great. No noise
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Old 09-03-2019, 11:16 AM
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An alternative is to apply dark tinted static cling film to the outside of the top 7or 8” of your windscreen.
Advance Auto sells the material and all you have to do is cut it to size, clean the windscreen, and apply it with the plastic tool supplied. I recall the cost was around $10 or so!
Especially great for early mornings when the sun
is fairly low. The dark tint still allows some light through, so it doesn’t obscure vision.
Installed it about two years ago and it still looks like new!
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My wife made a fabric valence that is 36 inches wide, 8 inches high, with a 1 inch tubular overlap at the top. I unbolted one end of the cross brace on my Yamaha and slid the valence on. Needed a small cutout where the rear view mirror bracket attaches.

Two layers of dense fabric because the sun is strong. Works perfectly.
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I never wore a hat before getting a golf cart. Wearing a baseball type hat will be a sunvisor that you can adjust for any angles of the sun.
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