You may be getting yourself into trouble with the tierod on the front side of the axle! Those steering arms are set up for correct Ackerman angles when the tierod is behind the axle. They wont work right on the front side unless they're either bent, cut and welded, or somehow reworked so the ends of the tierod intersect an imaginary line from the tierod end, through the kingpin, to the opposite side rear wheel. Lots of work to make that happen, so best to put it on the backside.
Is there a reason you put it on the front? If it's the calipers, you can put them on the front side, and move tierod to the backside. If it's the steering you can move the tierod to the top two spindle bolts, so it's above the spring. Or you can buy another pair of arms from Speedway, and put another on the top two bolts to connect the drag link to.