The creators of Climate Caddy™ introduce Fore Aire, the game-changing overhead golf cart fan system with energy management that utilizes enhanced power saving technology to reduce power consumption.
Note: This page is for the 48v Fore Aire. Click here for the 12v version. Please ensure you order the correct version for your cart.
- Electronic Eyes (48v Version Only)
Prevent unnecessary battery drain as the FORE AIRE only operates when passengers are detected.
- Total air flow control
From a gentle breeze to a powerful blast of refreshing air.
- Energy Management
With soft start technology that prevents the excessive drain of traditional electric fans.
- 360° rotating vents
Allow you to direct the air precisely where you need it. You can also close the vents completely to keep cold air out.
- Cosmetic adapters
Fit the most popular E-Z-GO, Yamaha, and Club car roof models that give an integrated OEM look.
- Ultra-Bright LED Lighting
Two independent sets of overhead lights for added convenience and functionality.
|RXV||The Drive² – PTV||Precedent i2|
|Freedom RXV||The Drive² – Fleet||Precedent i3|
COMPATIBLE ROOF MODELS
The Fore Aire has been specifically designed to integrate with the following original golf cart manufacturer roof models.
Club Car Precedent
Note: Due to the unique shape each roof model, the Fore Aire can only work with the ones specified above. Please check your roof to ensure compatibility. Support for additional roof models is planned.
The Fore Aire is available in the following color options. The first (Beige, Tan) have been color matched to compliment specific Golf Cart makes as listed below.
The Fore Aire installation requires specific tools and consists of three main steps:
1. Cut the main mounting hole into the roof (saw guide included).
2. Install the Fore Aire into the roof.
3. Run the wiring harness and connect to cart batteries.
If you plan on doing the installation yourself, we recommend that you review our detailed instructions to ensure you have the required tools and comfort level for the job. Otherwise, you may prefer to ask your local mechanic or dealership to install it for you!