The final links in the front suspension install are the tie rods, to which Buck attached the Competition Engineering bumpsteer kit. Since the lower control arms and tie rods travel in different arcs, the tires tend to toe-in when compressed, and toe out during wheelies. Not only does this compromise handling, the friction of the tires scrubbing on the pavement can actually slow the car down. Bumpsteer adjusters allow the Heim joints on the tie rods to be moved inward and outward by simply turning a wrench. This enables the tie rods and lower control arms to move as close to parallel as possible to minimize the effects of bumpsteer.