I will tell what I am thinking about and you tell me if you have done it, seen it done, or think that I am crazy and should abort all thoughs immediately. For an off-road only vehicle with 16" suspension lift and 44's used in the mud: Use a steering column from a farm tractor, my current factory power steering pump, and a small hydraulic cylinder mounted from a bracket on the axle housing to a bracket on the tie rod near the knuckle similar to how a steering stabilizer is hooked up? Why? To get rid of the frame crack problem, avoid having to use *expensive* crossover steering, lots of steering power, and with many tractor junkyards around I can get the parts very cheap. Good idea or bad idea?