There is quite a bit of confusion in the golf cart world. It comes down to the different manufacturers referring to the exact part by multiple names. We get it; no one wants to get sued these days or any day, but not confusing your customer base has got to count for something. The Yamaha Knuckle Arm is a great example. People call them everything from spindle extensions to tie-rod end mounts. Neither of which is a good description but often heard nonetheless. Having a golf cart accessory like a parts manual can be a big help with these things.We try to help you stay ahead of the confusion by only using the description of the product used by the OEM. We have been on the frustrating end of this deal and want to ensure our customers get what they need. Assigning our own terminology to something that someone else makes is just cumbersome. When it comes to the parts that we invent and have produced, we get to name them. If one of the OEMs manufactured it originally, we leave the description to them. This only cuts down on the confusion and the need to return items.When you bend parts like the Yamaha knuckle arm from Buggies Unlimited for the G22 model, it can cause issues. More than just a minor thing that you can ignore. If you hit a stump or get hung on something, you need to at least take a look to see if you damaged anything. As a matter of fact, a quick inspection can save you time and money. We are not saying lay down in the mud to try and figure things out right then and there. Once you get it out, it should be the first thing you do.This golf cart knuckle arm can be used on both the driver and passenger sides by flipping it over. It only works on the gas and electric G22 model. Even though the G19 is very similar, this part is a no-go for that model. Call Buggies Unlimited and get one ordered today.