22. Replacing all the suspension parts would have been wasted effort if the sloppy and slow steering wasn’t addressed as well. Our fix was to install this 12.7:1 fast-ratio gearbox ($539) from Global West, which included the correct coupler. The box also included the needed fittings for either O-ring or inverted flare hoses. In addition, we replaced all the steering parts with the exception of the pitman arm. For added strength we also tossed in a set of Global West’s tubular tie rods ($45 each). These help resist flexing during hard corners when the load on steering linkage is high.