2004-Up Club Car Precedent - Lower Leaf Spring Shackles

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You cannot leave golf cart parts like the Lower Leaf Spring Shackles from Buggies Unlimited off of the list. Your suspension counts on these parts to do their jobs. When they fail, you can end up dragging pieces of your caddie down the road. We are sure you already know, but that is just about the last thing you want. It's hard to argue with sparks flying behind your golf cart; however, that is not even the worst part. The quality of your ride is going to fall. You will think you were riding in a child's wagon.

When it comes to keeping the Precedent suspension in tip-top shape, the shackles are just as important as the leaf springs themselves. Every part of your golf cart has a vital function. Down to the last wingnut, you need it all to ensure a good ride. Leaving anything off of the list is not acceptable. Remember that song from our childhood? "The knee bone is connected to the leg bone..." It is the same thing for your caddie. Don't let something small like this start a chain reaction. It's not worth the frustration.

Installing suspension parts like this lower leaf spring shackle from Buggies Unlimited is not a problem. You will be in and out in less than an hour. Be sure to play it safe and invite a buddy for help. Anytime you need to jack the cart up, it's a good idea. As a matter of fact, it's a great excuse to order a pizza. You have to pay them somehow, right? So you might as well have a few slices.

Call Buggies Unlimited today and get all the Club Car Precedent parts you need for your golf cart coming your way. We will not only cut you a great deal, but we will also get you the right thing. We have a team of experts who know what they are doing and do not just guess. So give us a call now.


  • Lower Sleeve for Leaf Spring Shackle
  • For Club Car Precedent Gas & Electric 2004-Current
  • Replaces Club Car OEM Number(s): 1025064-01
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