Steering Brace: Remove existing \'L\' Bracket? Last night I installed my ORD steering box brace kit on my '84 K20. But I didn't follow the directions exactly, so I wanted to pose the question. Why do the directions say to remove the existing 'L' bracket between the frame and front of crossmember, <a target="_blank" href=http://coloradok5.com/ordsteeringbrace/ordsteer3.jpg>http://coloradok5.com/ordsteeringbrace/ordsteer3.jpg</a> rather than modify the bracket? At least on my truck that, that 'L' bracket tied a factory bumper bracket to the crossmember, it seemed like a worthwhile structural piece. What I did was remove that existing bracket, bolted the ORD forward bracket loosely to the steering box as shown in the write up, but the two factory crossmember bolts back on w/o the nuts, and figured out I only needed to take a little material off the original bracket in order to make it fit in front of the ORD bracket. So basically I slipped in the ORD forward bracket inbetween the original factory bracket and the crossmember. Now, am I missing something? Is this putting too much strain on the crossmember? Is there a reason why this is not typically done, should I remove the bracket as the directions state? Just curious. Thanks.