T&T Customs also offers heavy-duty steering linkage for this conversion in the form of pre-cut and pre-tapped 1.25-inch, 0.250-inch wall DOM tubing. It replaces the factory setup with an inverted “T” setup for no toe-in changes as the suspension cycles to help avoid death wobble. The company no longer offers the one-ton Chevy tie rod ends, however, so we sourced new Moog ends from RockAuto. Notice the different shape of the tie rod end heads. The upper one in the picture can provide more angularity before binding than the one on the bottom and needs to be installed in the drag link to avoid clearance problems. If you try to push the front axle this far forward with the stock steering linkage you will end up with interference.