I'm mocking up a 51 Chevy car with an early 50s Chevy 1/2 ton I beam axle. The tie rod is behind the axle and a cross steer steering box is in front of the axle (no room behind the axle). I mocked up the steering box as far forward as possible with the pitman arm pointing back & a tri five steering arm on top of the passenger side pointing forward. Looking toward the back of the car, I can make the drag link parallel to the tie rod in horizontal plane. However, looking from above, the drag link is not parallel to the I beam axle and at a slight angle. Is this going to cause bump steer?