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2007-16 Yamaha G29-Drive - Rear Inspection Panel

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Getting an invite to a fancy dinner can be ruined if you overlook details like the Yamaha Rear Inspection Panel. Sure, these are not required to make the caddie run, but you will look like a ragamuffin if they are left off. Every part of your carriage serves a vital purpose, even if they are just to cover or conceal other parts.

The golf cart rear inspection panel can often act as a dust or mud shield to ensure suspension and other vital components stay as clean as possible. The last thing you want is globs of wet mud dripping off of your controller or motor. Those are essential Yamaha parts of making your golf cart move. Now, this little body part just got a lot more critical. Sure, it does not contribute to making the coach run, but it protects several that do.

You may look at this golf cart part like it's a hassle. Every time you need to change or repair something in the rear, the Yamaha Rear Inspection Panel has to come off. We understand that emotion. Working twice on the same thing is never a fun thing to do. Any shortcut you can take to get to the final result can seem like a vacation. However, leaving this item off to get to your motor quicker is like taking the roof off your house. That way, you can get to the holiday decorations without bending over. Sometimes it takes a little extra effort to make things a more excellent place to exist.

This golf car panel is straightforward to install. It would take you less than a half-hour to do it by yourself. Invite a buddy over to help and talk about your next project. Maybe he needs help replacing a vital component on his buggy that you could lend a hand with. Give us a call at Buggies Unlimited and order today.


  • Rear inspection/access panel
  • For Yamaha G29/Drive
  • Measures 18" wide
  • Replaces OEM Number(s):JW1-K8151-00
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