|Forward control vehicle steering
||Forward-control vehicles mount the steering system forward of the front axle and steering linkage. A drag link connects the Pitman arm to a relay lever, which is connected to the track rod.
||A steering linkage is a combination of rods and arms that transmit movement of the steering gear to the front wheels, while allowing for wheel movement while the vehicle is in motion.
||Ball joints are mounted at the outer ends of the control arms and tie-rods. As the suspension deflects, they let the control arms move up and down, and let the wheel and hub assembly turn for steering.
||Bushes, or bushings, act as bearings at suspension fulcrum points, to allow for movement of the component, while maintaining its alignment.