Buying an EZGO 350cc Carburetor from your local dealer when you plan to install it yourself is like getting your hair trimmed at the local dog salon. It just does not make a lot of sense. We get it; they want you to buy the golf cart parts directly if you have the work done at a shop. However, if you are on our site, you are the do-it-yourselfer who knows how to save a dollar. We bet you probably fix most things around the house yourself. You work on the lawnmower monthly; why not add the carriage to a seasonal list.This golf cart carburetor is an aftermarket replacement part, and trust us, you want it that way. The EZGO OEM carb is more than three times this cost, and it is the exact same specification. So all of that money just to have a specific name printed on the product did not make sense to us.Replacing the golf cart carb is not a hard job. We always recommend having a buddy there to help make things easier. Having a small bucket or bowl to catch excess gas is a good idea. Putting down a drop cloth or tray to save the garage floor is next-level thinking. If you drain the lines before taking anything loose, these will all be safety precautions. Then, if you lose less than a cup of gas, you are doing things right.While you are replacing your golf cart's carburetor, take a look at all of the high wear items in the fuel system. The lines will deteriorate over time if gas with ethanol is allowed to sit in them. This can also be hard on the pump. Please look at it all before placing an order at Buggies Unlimited and get everything you need.