Brake assemblies consist of several parts. The shoes and adjusters are the most common, but you also have things like pins and springs that hold things in place to make sure nothing shakes loose in regular operation. This golf cart brake shoe spring is the upper and lower tension spring that ensures the shoes themselves return to rest position after braking. If yours are worn or damaged, you will hear a lot of scraping and dragging as the shoe is riding right on the drum constantly. You can efficiently resolve this by ordering four new ones and replacing them all. If one is worn, they all are knocking on the grim reaper's door. This top or bottom aftermarket direct replacement brake shoe spring fits the following models. It makes no difference if they are gas or electric. The Club Car DS 1980 and newer as long as they have manually adjusting brakes. They can also work for the Club Car DS and Precedent 1980 and recent with self-adjusting brakes. The list continues with the E-Z-GO 1985 and 1986, then they made a slight change for a few years and reverted from 1986.5-1996. A little more rare bird of a Columbia or Harley Davidson also uses this part. Finally, the Yamaha G1, G2, G8, and G9 models thru 1992 can also use this little spring. Call Buggies Unlimited and get one shipped today.