The Yamaha Lower King-Pin Bushing for your G2, G8, G9, G14, and G16 models is a big player in keeping the camber in line. They install directly into your spindle, and anytime you turn, they take minor bits of wear each time. Over time, it gets bad enough that a gap forms. Once this happens, the spindle starts to lean towards the gap. This throws the camber adjustment out of wack. This refers to the tilt of your tires. There should be very little, but if you notice that your tires look like they are leaning in at the top, you may need more than just kingpin bushings, but they are a good start. Consider rebuilding the entire front end of the coach.This golf cart bushing is made of metal. Most customers think rubber when they hear bushing, and a lot of times, that is the case. However, if you are dealing with high wear, brass or other metals are often used. Call Buggies Unlimited today.