Your starter generator has many parts that work together, including the high wear Set of Starter Brushes for select electric models. Over time, these items will naturally get smaller with the regular operation of the motor. As this happens, the heat increases, detrimental to other parts of the starter and golf cart. Staying ahead of these kinds of repairs saves money in the long run.You may be thinking that you can live with your golf cart starter the way it is. You would be correct, but not for long. As the brushes wear down, a gap will form between them. This causes the power to ark instead of being passed cleanly, burning off needed amps. If it gets bad enough, no power will make it into the armature, and all you will hear is the solenoid clicking.When you take your OEM starter apart to replace these brushes, you will notice this is much easier on the bench. Take the starter out of your golf cart before you attempt this replacement. Trying to do it in the tight confines of the engine compartment can prove impossible. Removing it will only save you time and money as well as a bit of patience.Trying to replace these golf cart brushes may seem like a one-person operation. Still, we always recommend the help of a friend or family member. Working alone is never any fun and can be dangerous. The last thing you need is a minor mishap turning into a major problem because you were trying to pull a solo.This golf cart brush set is not a hard part to replace. It looks identical to the ones that you pulled out of your motor but in better condition. They are not OEM products, but we make them to the same spec. So call Buggies Unlimited and order today.