Club Car Golf Cart Parts List

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Golfers rely on the little engines of golf club cars to zoom in out of the winding pathways of the course in order to get them to their next hole. Some people use golf club cars as their standard vehicles in neighbourhoods such as gated communities. The golf club cars feature gas or electric motors that allow golfers to quietly manoeuvre along the fairways to increase the pace of play. Maintaining or upgrading a golf club car on a continuous basis requires that you stock some of the most common parts for any future repairs. Below is a list items you might want to have on hand.

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Engine Parts

Engine parts, such as gaskets, cylinder heads, connecting rods, pistons and rings are essential pieces to keep the engine in proper working order. Any club car mechanic should have these on hand so that he can secure any leaks in the engine.

Tune-up Kits

Tune-up kits are an indispensable item necessary for the club car's upkeep. The kit includes spark plugs, oil filters, air filters and fuel filters so that you can maintain a high performance level of your cart. Dependent upon how far, how rough and how long you ride the club car is relevant when dealing with routine maintenance, which is usually twice a year.

Fuel Pumps

Insuring that your fuel levels remain accurate is important when trying to keep your golf club car in top form. Since leaks are a common and simple problem, keeping a fuel pump and fuel line in stock is handy.

Keys

Key switches and replacements are important as sometimes golfers misplace or lose the key if it is not left in the ignition.

Brakes

A lot of wear-and-tear damage chips away at certain parts of the golf club cart, so the parts no longer function properly or negatively affect the performance of the cart. Whether you drive on numerous hillsides or too fast along curves, squeaky brakes can be fixed easily if you have brake kits or general brake parts such as pedals, pads, cylinders, cable pins or cable equaliser rods.

Tires

Flat tires may not occur on a daily basis, but they do happen and having some spare tires and wheels is important. There are a few types of tires with different treads to choose from, selecting the right spares is dependent upon the course. You can choose from aggressive, low-profile or standard tires.

Battery Charger

It's always good to have at least one battery charger and some charger parts such as battery terminals and cables in case the battery dies.

Lights

Some golf club carts have custom headlights. If you happen to own a cart such as this it is important for you to have a few replacement lights available for when your lights go out.

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