Now the first thing I'm sure many are saying is "car can't sit too low!" but hear me out. My car is a 51 Chevy. I bagged the stock front end following the steps that Rustypipes posted back in 2006. I also have the dropped spindles and steering arms from Buffalo Enterprises. Last week I changed out the stock 3rd arm and steering bracket to the 53-62 Corvette one with the different mounting bracket and the center bearing. Today I was checking my toe in and I noticed that the mounting bracket and the tie rod ends seemed to be hanging lower than with the stock one. So I slowly deflated the bags to see what my clearance was. Here's a picture of the new bracket and how low it hangs. So I slowly deflated the bags and sure enough, the bottom of the bracket and the bottom of the tie rods sit right on the floor-especailly the right tie rod with the grease zero on the bottom. Is there a way to add a stop somehow so at full deflate, the steering will not be on the ground? Or what other suggestions would you have?