GTW Mach2 Aluminum Club Car Precedent Black Rear Flip Seat (Fits 2004-Up)

Buggies Unlimited - item 18131
Buggies Unlimited - item 18131
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Item Description

GTW Mach2 Rear flip seats feature more seating room and a higher contoured backrest. Constructed of lightweight aluminum so you will never have to worry about it rusting out on you.

Features :

  • Fits Club Car Precedent 2004-up Gas & Electric Models
  • Aluminum high-gloss black powder coat finish with UV additive to resist fading and rust
  • Contoured Black Cushions with "NO ROT" polyethylene base
  • Rear-Facing bench seat flips out to convert to a flatbed utility vehicle
  • High-strength molded polyethylene cargo bed with a diamond plate finish
  • Flatbed measures 32"L x 42"W
  • Includes reinforced foot rest with silver diamond plate surface and comes with easy to follow installation instructions
  • Note: We recommend installing Heavy Duty Leaf Springs to help with the extra weight

  • To shop for the Heavy Duty Leaf Spring kit for your Club Car Precedent (Shop Here)
  • Install Guide

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    Gas or Electric?
    Club Car

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    How wide is the pad on the seat? Sitting surface front to rear
    A C on May 22, 2019
    BEST ANSWER: The rear bottom seat is 14" deep.

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    the gtw mach 2 was excellent good instructions easy to assemble .the buggies unlimited employ was very he[pful
    August 20, 2019
    1 month ago
    Looks great
    Product was just as advertised. Even though the box was damaged the product was not. Relatively easy to install. Could use better instructions for assembly but was successful anyway. Looks awesome.
    Seat up
    Seat folded down
    June 17, 2019
    3 months ago