Seat KitsThere are many different kinds of seat kits to choose from, some of the steel and some of the aluminum varieties. Steel is the more durable of the two, although it is heavier which could have an effect on your top speed. One of the drawbacks with steel is that it is prone to rust whereas aluminum seats are free of any rust problems. Those who live in areas by the beach, where there is a lot of salt in the air, may want to go with the aluminum variety.
OEM or Custom-madeWhen buying most types of golf cart accessories, it is important to be familiar with the term OEM which stands for Original Equipment Manufacturer. This refers to parts and accessories made by the original cart manufacturer. There is also the option of choosing from custom accessories, which are made to your specific liking. This option is generally the more expensive of the two. Many times, options are greater in the custom made variety, but be prepared to pay.
SpeakersSpeakers can be just as important in a golf cart as they are in a car. And it is important to remember that quality matters when it comes to speakers. Quality extends beyond sound as some speakers are equipped with hardware that will not rust. Some speakers also have components that are sealed. This will protect the speakers from the unforgiving elements of nature. Speakers with a little flexibility also impact exactly where they can be mounted.
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