Using the correct terminology for steering components can make getting the correct things a whole lot easier.
This is the link that connects the two knuckles together. The stock tie rod was a single end adjustment piece with a clamp sleeve. Our tie rods are tapped with left and right hand threads for easy toe adjustment. They come in 1.25" and 1.5" diameters for extra strength!
This is the link that connects the steering box to the steering arm. In stock push/pull applications this connects to the steering arm on the driver's side. In crossover steering application this connects to the steering arm on the passenger side.
This piece connects to the knuckle and is used for turning the axle.
This piece connects to the steering gearbox and is used to turn the drag link
Push Pull steering
This is the style of steering that was found factory on the square body trucks. The draglink goes from the pitman arm to the driver's side knuckle
Used to improve geometry and get full lock to lock turning. This moves the steering arm from the driver side knuckle to the passenger side knuckle creating a longer draglink. Crossover steering keeps the tie rod in the stock location.
Same concept as Crossover Steering but moves the tie rod to the top of the knuckles to prevent it from getting smashed on rocks.