Already texted this to you. But for the sake of your build thread. You can't just change from a DPA to a stock arm without changing anything else. The angles will be different than they were. The currie steering is designed for a 4" Susp lift and a stock pitman arm. So that would be my suggestion and that's what I did and I've had no problems. Also the currie steering is way beefier than stock and I know I feel better wheeling knowing that my steering is strong. Also in the picture. If the jeep is on the lift the angles will look even worse because your axles are hanging. With the weight on the tires you will see your true angles.
[URL="http://www.jeepforum.com/forum/f22/2006-rubicon-first-jeep-1359794/"]My 2006 Rubicon Build Thread[/URL]