Is that mounted at only two points? I wanted both the tie rod and drag link moved, so I went with the RRO OTT kit. There are many other options for building your own though. I don't think I'd put my trust in a bracket that takes that kind of pressure and is critical to my safety that is depending on two mounting points only. Just my two cents.
This is the casting ridge Joe mentioned grinding down to make the mating surfaces true.
For the RRO high steer bracket, you drill/tap for two points on top, then using extended hardware, use the three factory mounts that pass through and secure the unit bearing. That makes 5 points of attachment and the 6th point is the original tie rod mounting position that you drill out for, IIRC, a 7/8 grade 8 bolt. With those 6 points of attachment, I still welded both brackets for safe measure.
Here you can see two of the three that pass through the factory unit bearing mounts.
If you plan on using a bracket with only two mounts - even with "mild" trail use - I'd suggest keeping your old drag link with you so you can mount it back up and get off the trail if/WHEN it breaks off.
im thinking about just cutting and sleeving the drag link to extend it for now
i still have to drill the holes in the bracket and spidle and tap the bracket, have to drill the taperd hole in the bracket for the drag link and weld it on, what angle is best for the drag link when u have it mounted?