Hitting the mountain to supply your friends on the slopes will be so much easier now that you have replaced the Piston and Ring Assembly for your Club Car. When you are low on compression, climbing hills and pulling heavy loads can be almost impossible. Trying to do both of them at the same time is going to take some repair work.Your carriage needs at least 140 pounds of compression to run correctly. Anything north of that number is fine, but you start to have problems as soon as you travel south. At 130, the cart will run but only on flat surfaces with just the driver aboard. Any type of load will overwhelm it. When the reading gets below 100, the caddie is not even going to be able to move. 50 pounds of pressure may not sound like a lot, but it will mean a significant amount of performance loss. Hence, the need to service golf cart wear parts.A repair like this is a significant amount of work. This is not just some golf cart accessory that you will throw on in under an hour. We do not mean to discourage you; just make sure you go in prepared. If you are not familiar with this work, call a buddy and promise them a pizza to help. You may want to consider asking one of the experts here to get you a Club Car OEM manual that can walk you through the process as well. We have customers do this type of work at home all the time.This Piston and Ring Assembly for Club Car from Buggies Unlimited is part of a much larger rebuild kit. You are going to need golf cart gaskets and seals to get everything put back together correctly. Call now and talk to one of our tech support reps that would be happy to help.