Well we're looking at getting the steering set up on this S10 SFA project. This waggy D44 used to be spring over with an inverted T setup. But now that it's spring over, it sure doesn't look like there's a way for the draglink to be able to reach the tie rod without hitting the leaf spring. So it looks like we're gonna have to get a flat knuckle for the passenger side. So I've got a few questions. Do we have to get a pair of knuckles or just one side? The TRE comes in from the top, not the bottom. It also fits the GM taper, as the ES2234R I had sitting around popped right in. Do all D44's fit that taper? I'm wondering, cause I want to go ahead and get a tie rod ordered and on the way, and I want to make sure that if I get a tie rod setup that is designed around using the ES2234R TRE's, I can still use them if I change out the knuckles later. What about this pitman arm? We're putting on a box from an Astro, looks like it has maj/min diameters of about .642 and .547, about .1 too small for the ES2234R TRE. Is there another TRE or DLE we should use at the pitman arm? Cause I imagine that any steering arm we get is gonna be tapered for the GM taper. I'd like to get the draglink ordered too. If I can get everything using the same taper, then we can use four of the ES2234R's (which is nice cause we can get them for $15). Would those have enough angle to run on a draglink on an S10 with a narrow track D44 and 14" of lift? Or should I be looking at DLE's? What kind of taper to the DLE's run? Are they all 7/8-18 like the TRE's, or would I have to look at a different type of tubing for the draglink than what we're using for the tie rod?