I had nothing to do late one night at GW, so I drug out a bunch of spindles
and did some measuring. Unfortunately that data is buried here somewhere,
so not looking at my notes, but from memory, it's not the length of the arms
as much as the positioning (and height) of the end of steering arm in your
It is very likely you would need to mod the bumpsteer of the early arms
AND fix the tie rod holes...... at the very least. (or maybe the tie rod holes
are already bigger on his drop spindle- I don't recall)
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