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When setting up steering on a straight front axle, the hope is to get as tight a turning radius as possible without binding the steering joints in the knuckle. There are three factors that determine the amount of angular movement we can obtain at the knuckles based on the chosen steering system components. These are the angular movement of the steering box, the length of the pitman arm, and the length of the steering arm the draglink connects to on the knuckle.