Re: Difference Between a 16G and an 18G?
Pete, that is good news, but I would strongly suggest you spring for the longer, heavier 18G/20G arms. BECAUSE they have a thru bolt that clamps them to the splines - check out my pictures - and they are longer, making your steering effort lower. The longer arm may even be necessary to really get the proper geometry with the larger tie rods and ends?
I would say the stock 16G arms need to be tight enough not to move......
Last edited by ATLANTIC CENTRAL; 11-04-2018 at 10:17 PM.