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In all cases, the point at which the front axle steering is stopped should be limited by the steering stops at the knuckle and not by the steering box. Allowing the steering box to be the limit can destroy its internals when a front tire is wedged sideways, placing high stress on the steering linkage. This is where placing the steering arm holes, and sometimes choosing the pitman length, is vital. Some axles have adjustable steering stops, but many do not.