If you lift your golf cart and put bigger tires and wheels on it, you are going to notice something the first time you drive. After you wipe the massive smile off your face, you will realize that the caddie feels a bit more unstable, almost like it's top-heavy. This is because the height of the buggy is causing instability. When you lift a truck, they tell you that you should also go an inch out for every inch you go up. Widening the wheelbase helps retain the stock stability or even increase it. We would recommend you try to do the same with this vehicle. A great way to move on that road is the Club Cars and EZGOs Steel Lug Spacers.You will need a unit for every lug nut on your cart. That is 16 total for anyone who lost count. Many customers will only put eight of these golf cart lug spacers in the rear and leave the front narrow, which gives that hot rod look. Give Buggies Unlimited a call and order now.