Golf cart heaters for Club Car

 Irishman1979 ·  
Irishman1979Irishman1979  310WRX Points: 115Members Posts: 310 Greens

Im looking for a heater compatible with club car. Prefer Electric over propane.

Anyone use a certain one that works well?

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  • 86020818602081  2039WRX Points: 216Members Posts: 2,039 Platinum Tees
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    Never seen electric for golf card.. We use Propane.. 1 can will last 2-3 rounds.. Use a golf cart cover along with the heater, works great..

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  • swgolf12swgolf12  1060WRX Points: 205Members Posts: 1,060 Platinum Tees
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    Propane and a cart cover can make a 20* day enjoyable.

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    Just got a Mr. Heater on Amazon for about $70 bucks. Haven't used it yet but i'm assuming it will make my enclosed cart pretty toasty. While shopping i saw an electric heater on Amazon so you may look there if you haven't already.

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