\"Help Design\" a new D60 Cross Over Steering Arm I am interested in designing a new “Crossover Steering Arm” for my Dana 60 and if it works we would then put into production for everyone. My thoughts for needed improvements are as follows but this is where I need your help. Correct me where I’m wrong and give me your ideas of what you think is needed. This will not be an economy design, I am interested in the best, not the cheapest since this is for my own truck. 1. The arm needs to be raised by at least 1” and this should be built into the arm, not a spacer. 2. The arm will be made for a super heavy stainless “Heim Joint” that will be put into double shear. 3. The joint will be sealed with a boot and packed in “Marine Grease” for protection. 4. The counter bore for the spring will be machined and will not require a cap. 5. The four bolt holes will be counter bored and sunk for the proper nuts and standard length studs. 6. The material will be stainless steel to eliminate corrosion and the need for paint. ADDED SUGGESTIONS: 7. Threaded perload for the kingpin to adjust for DW. 8. Double arms for rear mounted tie rod.