I'm getting ready to go through my front suspension and alignment after putting over 1,000 miles on my build. I have my steering arm set up as pictured but I'm not sure that's ideal. I'm sure to ask extent it's unavoidable with the weight of a Goblin but my car steers very differently with a passenger in it. I don't feel the car has a ton of bump steer but I want to cycle the suspension travel without the shock and spring to really see what it's doing. The closest to a conclusive answer I've gotten on the question of how to set it up is to get the tie rod end as low as possible, which I don't think it is when the steering arm is set in the bottom two holes. It'll never sit parallel to both control arms as they aren't parallel to each other.Thanks Brett, based on this photo the red arrow points to bolts I had coming in from the other side which seem that the threads of the bolts may have interfered with the shock bracket?
I also moved down to both blue lower mounting holes?