If you have ever been on a hike in New Mexico, we bet you wish you had had a Yamaha Steering Knuckle Dust Seal that worked for your nose. The southwestern United States is beautiful, but it is also very dry. A Floridian might like how 110 degrees in Texas feels like 80 back home, but the chapped lips that come as an added benefit are not any fun at all. If your seals are looking just as petrified, it may be time for a replacement.Golf cart dust seals are usually used to protect something else. In most cases, a bearing is at stake. When you get dust or dirt, even as little as one grain in the inner workings, it can ruin things quickly. If you can hear something grinding, the bearing is toast. When you can feel it, whatever it was riding between is more than likely damaged as well. Stay ahead of these kinds of issues and replace them at the first sign of trouble.A Yamaha seal is not something to let go of if you know you need a replacement. However, we understand the feeling of not wanting to bust out everything required just for this little golf cart part. So instead, do a complete and thorough inspection of the carriage to ensure nothing else needs adding to the list to make dragging out the toolbox a little more fun.Getting this golf cart dust seal installed is something that you can handle alone in less than an afternoon. However, we never recommend doing anything on your caddie by yourself. Having someone there to help or just for safety is a good habit to be in. So give us a call here at Buggies Unlimited and get everything you need shipped right to your door. There is no time like the present.