Do I need to replace the rear shocks on my Yamaha?

Do I need to replace the rear shocks on my Yamaha?

If you put a utility bed or rear seat kit on your Yamaha Drive you will definitely need to replace the rear shocks to accommodate all the additional weight you will be moving – because the cart was not designed or built to support this extra weight. Want advice on golf cart shocks?

Do I need to replace my golf cart shocks?

Sometimes this is the case, but often replacing the shocks are not necessary. Generally, the easiest way to determine if your golf cart shocks are bad is to check if the shock absorber is leaking oil or showing other signs of physical damage.

How do I know if my golf car shocks are bad?

If the golf car feels like the front end is “nose diving”, it is likely that your shocks are bad. The same can be tested for the rear shocks by putting the golf car in reverse and stopping abruptly.

Can coil springs be replaced on a club car?

Golf car coil springs (Figure 1) are not generally found by themselves but are often combined with a shock absorber. It is possible that the springs found over the shocks can break or even wear out. There are also options to replace the standard springs Figure 2. Front Leaf Spring, Club Car DS