Here is a comparison of the Limit Break extended tie rods in comparison to my OEM length ones. A lot longer in length and sturdier. The Limit Break tie rod has an offset tie rod spacer that positions the rod end forward. This reduces the chances of over centering at extreme steering angles.
Overcentering is when the tie rod is extended so far that it can only flex sideways instead of making turn-in with more angle. Overcentering is particularly bad on rear steer cars like Nissan S chassis.
The tie rod offset tie rod spacer also reduces the excess build of Ackerman angle and the ends of the steering rack travel. Too much Ackerman here can make the car easy to spin.
Now we apply red Loctite to the Limit Break steering rack to inner tie rod mount offset spacer bolt, which prevents it from coming loose.
Here is the tie rod installed.
The front knuckle assembly is now installed.