One nice thing about the Reid knuckles is that the cast in steering arm for the tie rod is designed for a Ford Bronco. Meaning that you can achieve much better Ackerman then the typical longer wheelbase pickup trucks.
Here is how I set mine up and it steers and handles great. In fact I ran most of the season without the steering ram set up IE no steering stabilizer.
Measured the CL of the sector shaft to the pitman arm. IIRC it was 6.5 inches. Ran the drag link from the PA to the high steer arm (NWF) and attached it at as close to the 6.5 (CL of BJ to steering arm hole) as I could. Ended up with an almost flat DL at ride height and no bump steer.
Then for the tie rod the cast arms in the knuckle were opened up to 3/4 and the tie rod attached with heims and a grade 8 bolt from side to side.
1.5 DOM with .250 wall for both the DL and TR. Good Ackerman and great handling. Granted the tie rod is a couple inches lower but the better handling far outweighs the couple inches. Take a look at the Savvy Currie EMC rig and you will find that Gerald and John did the same thing.
Blaine showed me this and after studying the concept it was one of the best mods I`ve done to my junk.
Not the best picture...Day we bought my daughters TJ home....but if you look close you can see the overall setup. As for the TJ, it has ahem, changed quite a bit since this pic was taken. All for the good