Replacing a part like the Club Car Piston Ring Assembly for FE290 engines would have been something you did in outdoor education as a kid. This is, of course, if you were from a small town. Bigger cities typically do not have programs like that. They should get on board; teaching our kids how to be independent and fix things like caddies can be vital tools they use later in life. Sure, you learned all kinds of stuff like how to start a fire with rocks. Maybe they taught you and how to lash a tripod. When was the last time you used either of those skills? However, here your non-running carriage sits. Time to put some of that stored knowledge to work!This kit comes with everything you are going to need for the Club Car Precedent piston itself. You will get the rings and the piston. You will also receive a golf cart piston pin to ride on the connecting rod and a pair of snap rings to hold it in place. As far as the cylinder is concerned, this is all the guts. While you are in there and everything is disconnected, take a look at the inner walls. Make sure everything looks smooth and there are no deep gouges. This can cause premature wear and compression loss.This golf cart piston kit for Club Car DS is not the only unit you will need. If you have to go this far, you will need to rebuild the entire top end. First off, most of the OEM gaskets and seals are going to wear out a lot faster than your cylinder components. Secondly, if they are not completely bad, taking them off will do them in. So get this package and everything you need for a successful rebuild from an expert here at Buggies Unlimited.