Yup,fact is that yellowT has Chevy type spindles=arms bolt on ether way,and can be flipped over,making the ackerman right for out front=need longer tie rod is all,but some don't know that. I helped a buddy build his red T,he had same type spindles in parts pile with axle for them. We faced them too out side front,the rightway for front tie rod. No need to even bend those Chevy type arms,like we do on Ford arms if run out front. The photo is Rosh's red T,so arms can be seen. The black "A"bobtail beside it is my hot rod ,I've had from the time I drove it too high school,I'm 77 now. .