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Unread 10-06-2016, 10:35 AM   #1
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It'll start getting cool soon and i want to keep driving my cart around. Anyone recommend any enclosures in particular? I have an RXV with a back seat. Its doubtful I'll ever be driving in the rain, but I'd like to keep the cold air off. I'm in TX so we are talking 30-40 degrees often so nothing too extreme.
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Unread 10-06-2016, 10:49 AM   #2
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I'm unboxing a redhawk enclosure today for my ezgo ... Will let you know if you reply here
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Unread 10-06-2016, 11:16 AM   #3
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I'm unboxing a redhawk enclosure today for my ezgo ... Will let you know if you reply here
Scotty, I'm interested..... cool weather on the way.....
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Okay so I unboxed ENC- 022 Full enclosure for 88" carts. (3 lengths available standard, 80", 83". 88" covered my TXT with cargo box ( rear hoop required)

The quality looks good, nice fabric, very clear plastic windows all the way around and plenty of straps to roll up every panel, none of those pesky snaps. Straps and hooks hold the cover down. The zippers look good and sturdy, not too fine toothed. for the $ I like it. The fit is a little generous. It sells for $155

I put this cover on my industrial cart which sits outside. The deck is a mobile shipping dock. This is gonna be good this winter when the rains come.
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scottyb, do you sell this one? If not, where did you get it? I'm seeing that one go for quite a bit more.
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scottyb, do you sell this one? If not, where did you get it? I'm seeing that one go for quite a bit more.
No I'm not selling the enclosures but I did find it at a BGW sponsor here > http://www.jasonsgolfcarts.com/Delux..._p/enc-022.htm
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sltintexas if you get one please post photos, I am thinking about something along these lines for my RXV for winter too

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Unread 10-07-2016, 08:46 AM   #9
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I worked for/sold enclosures for Red Dot Enclosures for about 7 years. They're by far the best selling enclosure in the United States. They're also one of the best in quality. I believe that even after leaving the company on not the best of terms. Let me know if you want to know anything about them.
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Unread 10-16-2016, 05:43 AM   #10
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I agree about the Red Dot Enclosures. Have had 2 of them on previous carts. They fit and held up well. However, this time I'm leaning toward a Sunbrella 3 Sided. I know they are more expensive but I am really looking for the color. Has anyone had experience with them and Scotty, do you sell them? Oops, I think this is what is meant by hijacking a thread. Sorry, will repost.
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