First off, take the tie rod end clamp and drill out the square bolt hole with a 31/64 drill bit. I will explain why later. I did mine in the pic on the vehicle but its easier in the vise.
Once done you need to spread the clamps out or unscrew your installed tie rods on your WJ. I wonder which you will pick?
You need to spread them alot to go over the trackbar and draglink, so be careful not to break the steel. Once open enough slip the SS clamp over the trackbar. Then take the tie rod clamp and slip it over the steering draglink, up near the pitman arm. As you can see the clamp is the same size as the pitman arm tie rod. Now bend the clamps back down enough for the bolts to go through. I used a big pair of channel lock pliers to do this.
I used a Rancho SS - RS5409 ($52) for my 2nd SS shown in the pic. Its the same one used for the factory position. The tube end goes towards the driver side and has a bigger bushing hole (M12 bolt) than the boot side (M10 bolt). The Rancho shock comes with a M10 x 1.5 bolt that will work here being just over 4" long. For the tube side you need to get a M12 bolt just over 4" long. I used a M12 x 1.75 x 110 bolt.
Place the M10 bolt through the trackbar clamps and the M12 bolt through the steering draglink clamp. The reason for drilling the clamp so for the bigger M12 bolt to go through. You will now need some spacers to go on the bolt. You can use what you want, but I tried to get the shock about parallel with the trackbar. You can use washers too if you wish. I turned some 1" diameter steel spacers on the lathe that were 5/8" thick. One spacer needs to have a hole for a M10 bolt (25/64"), and the other a larger hole for the M12 (31/64"). Put the spacers on the bolt and position the clamps as shown in the pic below.