August 21, 2017
| Originally posted on Club Car
As part of its ongoing Transportation Solutions Program, Club Car introduces two new van box systems based on commercial customer and dealer feedback. The boxes address problems such as damaged panels and corners, water intrusion and security.
One is designed specifically to fit Carryall 500 work utility vehicles and street-legal Carryall 510 LSVs (low speed vehicles) with standard lockable double rear doors.
The other is designed for Carryall 700 work utility vehicles and street-legal Carryall 710 LSVs. This larger box features three lockable double doors, one set on each side and one set on the rear.
Both boxes are made of rustproof powder-coated aluminum.
"The boxes feature a new robust design that looks similar to traditional van boxes, but comes standard with features that improve performance and returns on investment," says Utility Product Manager Jerod McDowell. Those include:
- Interior LED lighting for greater visibility
- Bolt-on panels that allow for easy replacement in the event of damage. In most van boxes, the sides are welded together.
- Reinforced corners that increase durability in commercial applications
- No windows, which eliminates leaking and improves cargo security
- Magnetic catches on unlatched doors for easy opening and closing, especially on inclines
The boxes come standard in white or gray. Other colors are available at a slight charge.
Additional accessories offer end-user additional features, such as:
- Optional shelves that increase the usable area within the van boxes and are ideal for parcels or supplies. Carryall 500/510 shelf supports 75 lbs. (34 kg). Carryall 700/710 shelf supports 150 lbs. (68 kg)
- Dual top-mounted ladder racks that support 150 lbs. (68 kg)
- High-mount brake light and backup light system that improves visibility and safety. These items are required on Carryall 510/710 LSVs.
To reduce shipping costs, the boxes are available pre-assembled for domestic shipments and dealer-assembled for international shipment.
To learn more, visit www.clubcardealer.com and contact your local authorized Club Car dealer.