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11. Once the steering box was in, the bracket was mounted to the differential, and the high-pressure lines were plumbed to the ram, McComas turned the tires back and forth to see how much throw the ram had (compared to the tie rod). We're glad he did because we found that our particular setup allowed the ram to travel past what the steering box and linkage allowed, meaning that the hydraulic ram would stress the steering components at full steering lock (still wanting to travel further). McComas's crew simply cut this small spacer for our ram and inserted it onto the shaft.