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Golf cart bracket and windshield assembly










Image Number 3 for United States Patent #6663158.

Windshield retaining brackets having a generally S-shape configuration that are attachable to opposing roof structure supports of the roof of a golf cart. The S-shape is defined by a first outer transverse member, a first outer longitudinal member, a middle transverse member, a second outer longitudinal member and a second outer transverse member. The first outer transverse member, the first outer longitudinal member and the middle transverse member define a frame slot. The frame slot of the S-shaped retaining bracket is positioned about the roof structure support and a windshield slot defined by the middle transverse member, the second outer longitudinal member and the second transverse member is positioned within notches formed in the edges of the windshield to secure the windshield to the roof structure supports.








 
 
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