My K5 came to me with cross-over steering. However, the a Superlift drop pitman was used (not sure if it was the one from the article or not) and it was WAY too low. I'm guessing the excessive drop was to clear the stock cross member without a bent drag link. However, as you can see by the before pic below, when going straight, the spring would hit the DLE before hitting the massive 4" bumps. Note that the bumps are black and don't show up well, so I added a line to show the bottom of the bump. It's not real clear, but the DLE is about 1/8" closer to the spring than the bump to the spring plate. So, at one point, I had to add a 2" spacer to the bump to keep from damaging the DLE, but that left me only 2" of up travel. Not good. So, I cut out the stock cross member, built another myself, and replaced the pitman arm with one from an 80s 1/2 ton Ford Van like many of us were talking about quite some time back. Cheap and readily available in junk yards, plus they fit PERFECTLY with the DLE nut barely clearing the frame. Problem is, Ford used an anemic little DLE with a pin the size of your pinky, so you have to use a 1.5" per foot reamer to open them up a bit. Luckily, these things are BEEF and have plenty of material to open up.