Steering is very "twitchy".......
Please keep the flames to min.
By twitchy, I mean that while driving down a straight road, it doesn't take much input from the steering wheel to make the truck quickly jerk to one side or the other.
This is a home built setup on my 90 Ranger min truck.
I converted it to manual rack/pinion steering using an old Fox Mustang rack.
Its a double wishbone front suspension with Ridtech air adjustable shocks, and an aftermarket 1" sway bar with urethane bushings/end links. 1 deg neg camber, 1 deg pos caster.
The rear is a 9" Currie with a four link, and watts link.
The rack sits level with the tie rod ends.
BUT due to the 363 swap the rack sits forward of the tie rod ends in that the tie rod ends are swept back at about a 35 deg angle going to the spindles.
Since fabbing all of that I have seen vehicles with the rack placed forward of the spindles, so I guess it can work.
I did have the front end professionally aligned, but I can't remember if they set toe in, or toe out.
Can, I get the steering corrected by changing the toe in or out?