All-Steel Cab for Carryall Utility Vehicles

Club Car

March 28, 2017 - Equipment

<p><em>Photo courtesy of Club Car</em></p>

Club Car’s new all-steel cab delivers a true seal for cold weather protection and is designed to maximize airflow in warm climates. Manufactured by Curtis Cab exclusively for Club Car, it is designed to fit two-wheel-drive Carryall 300, 500, 550, and 700 utility vehicles.

The cab offers a series of upgrades including rollover protection structure (ROPS), seat belts, a plug-and-play wiring harness, and 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. 

Built for the toughest work environments, the cab's 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, and 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., and LED dome light.

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