Golf cart rivets painted colors and made in USA. There are numerous advantages realized when using high quality rivets to hold together golf cart parts. For one, they won’t come loose like threaded fasteners often due when subjected to riding on uneven surfaces. We all know half the fun of golfing is driving the golf cart. With all the uneven surfaces on the typical golf course it can be a stressful situation for the fasteners used to hold the golf cart together. The Golf cart rivets usually hold fiberglass fenders, bumpers and other golf cart parts together. Fiberglass and composite panels offer many advantages. For one, they’re light, yet strong enough to withstand turf bumps and golf cart activity. A common issue with fiberglass is: How to fasten it to metal? If the fastener is too tight, the fiberglass may crack. If the fastener is too loose, the fiberglass with flex and work itself loose and may also cause cracking. When using expanding peel rivets, especially aDP’s exploding peel rivets, their backside clamping method expands 90% wider than conventional rivets thus providing much more holding power to an expanded surface area.
When building, restoring, converting or repairing carts golf cart rivets are often used as they are quick, easy to use, and provide secure clamp and holding power. Be aware there may be a condition where less than optimal rivets are used on the cart. When this occurs the rivets poor and/or inconsistent quality, may fail and cause the golf cart parts to loosen up or crack and fail prematurely. Look for high quality rivets and a good starting place is reviewing the manufacturer’s customer comments. There is one US manufacturer who offers their customer feedback for public viewing. They have logged over 3,250 independent customer reviews. These independent reviews have consistently awarded aDP Rivet a 100% ranking for customer approval recommendations.
With aDP’s Ultimate golf cart Rivets their unique bi-directional swelling and clamping action provides the ultimate joint strength. Even when used in one of the roughest applications, golf cart adventures where flexing and vibration are commonplace. Golf carts are subjected to numerous driving styles as each golfer has their own and the wear and tear of the golf cart is usually the last thing a golfer is worried about.