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Club Car introduces VersAttach attachment system for Carryall line

Published on 01 October 2014
Club Car VersAttach attachment system

Club Car's customers were tired of using bungee cords, ropes, zip ties, even tape to organize and protect the equipment in the beds of their utility vehicles. This is inefficient, time-consuming and unattractive.

Club Car’s VersAttach bed-based attachment system for its new Carryall line is making that kind of “instant engineering” unnecessary.

“It is a configurable, removable, track-based bed attachment system for our Carryall utility vehicles, street-legal Carryall LSVs (low speed vehicles) and Transporter transport vehicles,” says Ross Lyons, product manager, utility platform.

The company designed the system in response to customer requests and based it on a new and patented bed and mount design.

Fit-to-task versatility
The system accommodates 10 VersAttach tools, specially designed to organize equipment and gear and let crews move quickly from job to job. The tools include:

  • Standard, ratcheting and long tool holders
  • Backpack blower racks
  • Ladder racks
  • Short and long bed dividers
  • Cargo tie downs

Water cooler and fuel-pack holders (Coming soon.)

"It can be configured for specific jobs in virtually all applications. When it’s not needed, it can be removed in a snap,” says Kurt Meyer, commercial marketing manager.

For even greater versatility, the company offers a portfolio of more than 100 commercial accessories and custom options designed for specific jobs.

Increased durability
The aluminum beds in the new vehicles feature a Rhino-lining, the same tough material used to line the beds of many pickup trucks. A truck-like, single-handed, latch-and-release tailgate runs across the width of the vehicle and can be opened from either side or the center.

Carryall utility vehicles are available in electric, gas and diesel; two-wheel and automatic all-wheel drive; and two- and four-passenger models. Transporters carry four or six passengers, and Carryall LSVs carry two passengers and come with regular or extended beds.

To find a dealer near you, visit the Club Car website.  FG

—From Club Car news release

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