Pro-Climb Wyo Steering arm
Since 2012, Mac Grant has been using a custom steering arm to increase steering angle on the pro climb chassis.
As back-country riders, you all know the importance of counter steer in the back-country, this arm is very important when it comes to controlling and more importantly, recovering from a wash out on side hills.
You will be able to hold a steeper line with added control. Once you ride with this mod, there is no going back!
Things you will need:
- Longer tie rods- if you’re running a 38" front end you will use 40" tie rods, 36 uses 38" rods etc... (you can use original rods, they work, but the longer rods use more threads and a guaranteed solid setup). (shelf rivets and a longer bolt to attach tie rods to steering arm are included).
- You have to modify the bulk head and "Cut" out the back area of tie rod opening. We have had several sleds using the mod with no issues from opening up that area. Once the bulk head opening is cut for clearance, the tie rod boot completely covers the area modified.
- You have to put a small notch in the shelf above the bracket, it has to be removed for the arm install and easily done when out.
On the 2012, you will want to drill the stock spindles and move the tie rods also. Mac moved them even farther in on his 14 for even more steering.
The 2016 has more steering and with the mod really gives you full demand on steering.
While you're installing the steering arm, this is an excellent time to install our engine torque stops while the throttle bodies are out of the way. If you order these together, you'll get $30 off the torque stop kit.