Replacing your Valve Springs For 295 and 350cc EZGOs is not what we would call a walk in the park. Can you handle it? That all depends on you. We would only recommend tackling a job like this if you have the experience to do this kind of work. We consider this to be a significant tear-down and rebuild. So the first thing is first, even if you are an experienced mechanic, make sure you ask your sales rep to include an EZGO OEM manual to walk you through or at least to fill any gaps that may arise. If you can prepare more and more for what you already expect, the unexpected will take you less and less by surprise.You will know if you are having a problem with this golf cart spring. This one is not suspension-related; it actually makes sure your carriage can run properly. However, if it makes the valve system in your caddie is no longer going to function correctly. Have you ever heard of the term four-stroke? This refers to the action of your valves, intake, compression, ignition, and exhaust. There is no intake or exhaust without this spring because your valve can not open or close properly.This is not an EZGO OEM part; we have it produced aftermarket. There are two main reasons for this. First, if we all had to rely on one factory, we would all be out of luck regarding stocking issues. Also, the original equipment manufacturer is always very proud of their product, and they charge more because of it. We want to offer a quality product to our customers at a price they can afford, and we want to do it consistently. If you need anything, please call Buggies Unlimited today and speak to an expert who can get you taken care of.