Ford's stock steering setup is a funky one. The driver's side beam, which is the longer of the two, has the shortest tie rod. As a result, toe-in changes as the suspension cycles. JD complemented its equal-length I-beams with a swing-set steering linkage that's much more durable than stock and features equal-length tie rods for better handling. A grease zerk fitted to the swing set's outer shell makes maintenance easy.