My wife and I went on the Colorado jeep trip this August and I noticed a few problems with the cj5. The Power Steering conversion has a slight problem when the jeep does some serious off-roading. The Tie rod end that attaches to the pitman arm has the grease fitting on the bottom. I noticed after all the jeeping we did the grease fitting touched the long tie rod and put a small groove in it. I was wandering if I plugged the hole of the grease fitting and drilled a hole and tapped it and added a grease fitting to the side of the tie rod end if that would solve my problem. The jeep steered fine except for the rubbing. I have included some pics to help understand my dilemma. The other option I have is to put the straight pitman arm on and see how it drives. Here is a pic of the straight pitman arm and the drag link sitting above the long tie rod. Would that be a bad idea? these 3 photos I have added is what the tie rods look like now. The other photo is with the straight pitman arm and the drag link sits way high. With the 2" drop pitman arm the tie rods are closer to parallel.