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Old 11-07-2007, 04:45 AM
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Bubba, I agree the curtis enclosure is great, as I recall (but don't quote me) it runs around $1,600. As you can see from my avatar I have an enclosure (it's all vinyl) with doors that you can get from buggiesunlimited.com and I'm very happy with it.
How good are the doors to get in and out? I am a big guy so thats why I looked at the Curtis. However seeing your enclosure changes my mind. Less than $ 500 vs. close to $2000.

Friend of mine is going to AAA Discount golf cart for his re-manufactured. He has lived in TV for 6 years. We are coming down Thursday AM and I hear good things about Golf Connections here, except they don't install or have access to the solar panels. So I can take the cart when finished from Golf Connections to AAA and they will install the panels, but why shouldn't I just go to them at AAA for everything?

I haven't read much here about them. They reason I am looking for a re-manufactured is because of a higher speed motor that will allow me to get 20MPH. I was set to buy a Yamaha gas because of the 2008 drive and the speed of at least 19.9 MPH. Now after reading here all the posts have changed my mind from gas to electric and in a couple years were going to see Hybrid golf carts.

Anyway to get speeds like that with electric you have to get more HP with a higher RPM Motor and your not going to get that with the new carts. If you change out to higher speed motor you will void the warranty.
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Old 11-08-2007, 12:18 AM
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We also went crazy with deciding on a golf cart.....used, new, gas, electric, Par Car, EZ-Go. Anyway, wound up buying a new Par Car. Loaded up, bigger wheels and all, $7600 total. I like the on board charger.

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Old 11-08-2007, 12:52 AM
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Bubba, doors are pretty easy to get in and out but for a big guy, I'm not sure how big is big. If you wanted to get one of these you should try it out first. I'd swing by your plave and help out but I won't be back til December 1.
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