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Club Car’s cool cab for two-wheel drive Carryall Utility Vehicles

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Club Car has upgraded its extensive portfolio of commercial accessories with an addition to its commercial cab offerings.

“Manufactured by Curtis Cab exclusively for Club Car, the new all-steel cab delivers a true seal for excellent cold-weather protection. And it is designed to maximize airflow in warm climates,” says Jerod McDowell, utility product manager.

Engineered specifically to fit two-wheel drive Carryall® 300, 500, 550, and 700 utility vehicles, the cab upgrades include:

  • ROPS certification.
  • Seatbelts.
  • A plug-and-play wiring harness.
  • Door locks that match the ignition system.
  • The cab is engineered to improve comfort and reduce the risk of heat-related accidents. A tilt-out windshield, spacious sliding windows in the doors, and a large flip-out rear window are standard features.

The cab is built for the toughest work environments. Its standard durable automotive steel doors are ergonomic, sturdy and more shatter-resistant than all-glass doors. The front hinge is designed for ease of use and quick access to the bed.

The cab comes standard with:

  • Sliding windows in both doors.
  • A pre-wired windshield wiper.
  •  Headliner.
  • Rear storage net for gloves and other loose items.
  • With fewer parts and fasteners, the cab is much easier to install than many competitive products.

For additional flexibility and performance, the cab accommodates the following plug-and-play accessories:

  • Interior mirror
  • Pair of external mirrors
  • Cab warning beacon kit
  • Front LED work lights
  • Overhead console to hold cell phones, keys, etc.
  • LED dome light

Click to learn more and to find your local authorized Club Car dealer.