I utilized these high-steer arms available from Dynatrac. They can be purchased as blanks so you can drill and shape them to your liking. In the background is the righthand arm mounted to the Reid Racing knuckle with five 1/2-inch studs and drilled for my tie rod, which features 3/4-inch Heim joints. In the foreground is the blank for the left side, which still needs to be shaped and drilled for the fifth hole and the tie-rod hole. Below it is the orange arm cast into the Reid Racing knuckle which I feel is too low for big-rock wheeling. Using this mounting location for your tie rod would just be asking for a big rock kiss. I'll eventually cut these arms off the knuckles for a cleaner look.