Ezgo Half Windshield/Frame?

KOZ45

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Not wide enough to do this, both have equal widths and line up identically.

One of the two will have to be bent and adjusted or cut and modified.
 

KOZ45

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I used some interesting techniques today on the grill brush guard

It needed to be opened up around 2"

Going to the hardware store tomorrow for longer mounting bolts and misc hardware
 

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KOZ45

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Some longer bolts (3"), some stainless washers and some spacers......it mounted rock solid

I'll get some pics of the entire cart this weekend

Was a PITA but it turned out good
 

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KOZ45

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I'm pleased with it overall......

Not sure it was really worth, $375+ , plus the $25 in misc hardware I had to buy

Oh well.......this coming this evening
 

KOZ45

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I need to figure out something

The plexiglass or lexan is rattling alot and is super annoying
 

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Notsoslim

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Your cart looks bad ass with that windshield on it. I am going to use this product to put my windshield on after I either paint my uprights or have them powder coated. It is recommended to use their primer but I know for a fact you can just clean both surfaces with rubbing alcohol. There is a technique to using it. You stick one side to the frame and leave the backing tape/film on the other side with a tab hanging out to out pull later. Once all of the tape is on the frame lightly clamp or hold the windshield in place so it can't move at all. Then grab the tabs and slowly pull the backer film out from in between the sticky and the plexiglass. Rub or burnish the adhesive in hard after all the backer film is removed. Get it right the first time cuz it don't move after that and it sure won't rattle.

 

Notsoslim

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I have used this to put aluminum sheet belly pans on tiny home trailers. One trailer I built was involved in a serous wreck and the structural steel and aluminum sheeting was buckled but the tape held. Amazing strength
 

KOZ45

Active Member
I removed the windshield from the frame using a plastic panel removal tool. Just 4 plastic panel push in bolts.

I then used 1/2" wide 3M tape on the entire perimeter of the frame

Reinstall and will check later if all the vibrations and rattling noises are gone

This is definitely the way it should have come from the business, not with 8 small dabs of clear silicon.....especially for $385
 

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Notsoslim

Cartaholic
I am glad it worked out though i didn't have any doubt it would work for you. It is a great product and can be used to eliminate squeaks or rattles in many circumstances. I first used it in the late 70s to put body moldings on cars in a body shop I worked at while I was still in high school.
 
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