So I got the BBC mocked into the 52 with the headers. Now that I can see where the exhaust is, I can build the steering. Have the steering column in place with zip ties. I had originally bought a double u joint and a brace assuming I would have to use it. But now I think there is a chance that I can go straight shot and avoid that extra work. my question is what are the most important geometry factors in a straight axle cross steer setup? This is going in a race car that I eventually have delusions of going 120 mph in. So death wobble at 60mph won’t do. Most of the pictures you find are 4x4 stuff where the link from the pitman arm is way above the steering arm on the spindle. So how important is it that you sync the pitman arm end and the steering arm end vertically? How about front to back? I should be close there by default. But even in Speedways example it does have an angle. Is one of these more important than the other? The third variable is the pitman arm angle itself. If I mount the steering box how I intend to in the simplest position. The box and therefore the pitman arm with be angled. How important is it that the arm swing parallel to the ground? for reference this will be a heim joint system with the steering box mounted forward. The steering arm will be mounted forward on the passenger wheel with the drag link running behind the wheels. I can take some further pictures to clarify when I get home. I’ve got some stuff mocked up with tape. Edit: I added a couple rough doodles to illustrate the pitman arm angle question and my general proposed setup.