OK... That's what I was asking.
That kit allows you to keep your power assisted steering while adding a ram for the extra turning power. You will need to replace your current steering box with the one in the kit.
Turn the steering fully to the right.
Then mock up your setup and tack weld the tabs to the tie rod and mount the ram to that mount (do not place the other). Then have someone turn the steering lock to lock and see if the ram moves the same direction as the steering.
If it does, turn the steering fully right and mount the other end to the axle tube where it will clear the pumpkin.
If it doesn't, flip the hoses or the ram and mount it where it will clear the pumpkin.
When you're sure it travels the full distance freely, finish welding the tabs.
Vibration? Bump steer? Wandering? Read the article (sticky) on Steering, suspension, and driveline.