Having your golf cart as a service vehicle for your food truck can be a game-changer. However, if the Trailing Brake Shoe for the EZGO TXT or ST400 fails, you will be dead in the water. You cannot rely on a caddie that is unable to stop.Staying on top of your seasonal maintenance can help you avoid these problems. Now, we know what you are thinking, you should not need to replace your EZGO brakes four times per year, and you are right. However, you should be at least inspecting this often, if not more. The sooner you identify a problem, the better. Allowing issues like this can result in your coach being out of commission. That is the best-case scenario. The last thing you need is for it to fail while you are trying to stop. This could result in a big dent in your profit for the day.No one likes to replace golf cart brakes, and we understand why. They are nothing like newer car brakes. So, unless you have experience working on cars from 1986 and prior, this will be a foreign subject. You will not have any complications with installation, though. After your first time, you will practically be an expert.With that in mind, you may want to ask one of our associates about an EZGO OEM manual to walk you through the process. We never recommend working on anything alone. That is a recipe for disaster. But, even if you just have someone there to hand you tools, you will be better of because of them.Here at Buggies Unlimited, we make sure to carry parts like the trailing brake shoe for EZGO models. We know that you need hard parts like this to keep your golf cart on the road. So call us today and get everything you need.