Hey guys, I’ve got a 32 3 window I bought that came with full fiberglass fenders I sold off to convert to a hiboy. The frame seems to have a mishmash of traditional and home made parts. I’ve run into an issue with the steering I was hoping y’all could offer me some advice on. I noticed the left shock had a bent shaft so I ordered up some shocks from So-Cal. This is where I found the issues. The steering hoop hits the shock (pretty sure that’s what bent it) when turning. The previous owner had about 8 washers to bump the top of the left shock out to clear the steering hoop. In addition the wheel hits the drag link. The pitman arm is bent way out (maybe to clear the old fenders? Not sure as I didn’t remove the fenders and running boards) The only pitman arms I’ve seen for sale are all straight. My thought was to get a new straight pitman arm and then connect the drag link to a new steering hoop that comes up and over the shock mount to clear it kinda like what the Rolling Bones do. I haven’t found anything like that for sale and my equipment is too limited to build one. As I am a total noob and just starting out any advice on what to do to fix this, alternative suggestions or other resources would be much appreciated. I attached pictures below to show what I’m dealing with. I’ve included a few of the steering box as I haven’t been able to identify it as well. All equipment you see sans shocks is as I bought it.