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Next came finishing the front suspension, setting up the steering, finding a place for our massive yet indispensable Warn 8274-50 winch, and finally locating the radiator in a place with sufficient airflow and protection from trail abuse. This buggy will have a mechanical steering gear on the front axle in case we end up driving it on a long road/wheeling trip such as our annual Ultimate Adventure. Mechanical steering complicates matters since we had to now find places for the drag link, tie rod, and ram assist. By using OTT Industries' high-steer arms, our tie rod (arrow) mounts above the lowest tube of the chassis at full suspension stuff.