1985-Up Club Car DS-Precedent - Axle Bushing

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The Club Car Gas Upper A-Arm Bushing from Buggies Unlimited is a part you could choose to skip when it went wrong, but it would be detrimental to many things. However, there are parts that you should never let get too far gone. Anything to do with the suspension is in that category. When things start to slip, the first thing you will notice is the sound. You will begin to feel like the grinch around the holidays with the constant noise noise noise driving you crazy. Keep things nice and quiet by keeping all of the metal components isolated.

Squeaky is only a good thing when you are talking about cleaning something. This is never a good thing if the topic comes up around your golf cart upper a-arm bushings. You better believe that no one will want to partner up on the links if you have the noise-mobile. We have all been out there on our favorite hole, looking down a flop shot at green when that one guy comes creaking over the hill. Now you have to hit while he introduces new percussion instruments or hold the people on the tee box behind you up. Don't be that guy.

These Club Car parts are not hard at all to install. They are pieces of the suspension, so ensure you have a jack and a few stands. Calling a buddy to help out may not be a bad idea either. All you need now is a basic set of tools, and you will be off to the races.

Buggies Unlimited has it all. If you do not see it on the website, please call one of our experts who can handle looking up whatever you need. We know where to order the golf cart part if we don't have it on the shelf. Give us a call now and get your Club Car DS bushing set coming.

Specifications:

  • Axle bushing for Kawasaki "K" trans-axle
  • Fits Club Car DS Electric 1985-up / Gas 1986-Up
  • Precedent 2004-Up
  • Replaces OEM Number(s): 1014207
OEM
Model
Start Year
End Year
Gas or Electric?
Club Car
DS
1985
Current
Electric

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