The golf cart rear suspension comprises parts like the Club Car DS Electric Rear Spring. These items work together to support the driver and rider weight and whatever else you put in the back. If you have just added a rear seat or cargo box, you will probably notice some sag in the back. Now the question burns in your mind, should I go heavy-duty or stay stock. Let us help with that quandary. If you plan for two adults all the time or heavy loads of feed or dirt, that is when you consider the caddie rear springs. If you are just going to haul some kids or flowers around from time to time, save your back the stress and just replace the stock springs.This golf cart leaf spring is child's play to install. All you need is a good set of sockets and wrenches and a jack with a few stands. It helps to disconnect the brake cable, as it might get in your way. If you have any other questions, please call Buggies Unlimited today.