Ford's stock steering leaves quite a bit to be desired. In stock trim, the driver-side Traction Beam is much longer than its corresponding tie rod. This causes bumpsteer. The stock tie rods are also pretty skinny. Curt took care of both OEM problems by building this swing-set steering kit. The passenger-side tie rod is driven directly by the pitman arm and also drives a relay rod. The relay rod pushes and pulls on a swing-set arm that in turn drives the driver-side tie rod. The whole system is assisted by a hydraulic ram that pushes and pulls in sync with the power steering box. The ram is partially hidden behind the relay rod.