The golf cart's front suspension is one area that cannot be neglected once you see a problem. Stand back from your golf cart about 20 feet and notice the angle of your tires. They should be straight up and down or maybe just slightly pitched out. If they are the latter, have someone sit in the caddie and take a second look. The front end is excellent and tight if they are straight now, and nothing needs to be replaced. Suppose you notice that they are angled in or out severely, and adding the rider's weight only increases the issue. In that case, you may need some Front Lower-Arm Bushings for your G16, 19, 20, or 21.Take a look and make sure that is all you need. These types of Yamaha parts all seem to go at the same time. This golf cart bushing is one of many on the coach. All of them are pretty easy to change. When you are working on the front end, you will notice that you will need sockets and a way to lift the cart off the ground. Get with Buggies Unlimited soon and get that project complete.