Acting is a much harder job than replacing golf cart parts like the Club Car Brake Equalizer Rod. So, since you pulled off a convincing Elphaba at your community theater's latest production, this would be a snap. However, when you are in front of an audience, things can get nerve-wracking. Not only do you have to deal with the stress of possible embarrassment, but you also need to remember all of your lines and stage placement.We don't expect you even to know how to do this in the first place. If you do, great, but if not, we can send you a Club Car OEM manual to walk you through the process. Then, if you still get stuck, we have a team of tech support agents that have done the work in the past and can help you get moving again over the phone.Replacing the golf cart equalizer rod is something you are going to do more than once. That is, of course, if this is not already your second or third time through. Plan to keep your caddie for as long as possible. You will by finding that certain parts, this one included, will need replacing periodically. Anything in the braking system should be checked at least once a year. This is arguably the one system that you do not want to fail, but it's constantly on the repair list due to its nature.This golf cart brake kit is not a hard part o replace. However, getting to it can be a bit of a trick. As we mentioned earlier, a Club Car OEM manual will go a long way in helping you with this project and countless others. So when you call and talk to an expert to place this order here at Buggies Unlimited, make sure you also ask for a book to get included. So, you arrive prepared for what lies ahead.