Fitting a Dana 44 front axle and power steering can be quite a feat on an early Jeep. There isn't a lot of space to work with. If you can successfully swap an engine, axles, steering, and suspension in one of these tiny flatfender Jeeps, you can do it in anything.
When building a 4x4 from the frame up I like to mock everything in place to find the problem spots. Luckily I'm very familiar with the tight space constraints of the early Jeeps so I know the problem areas when swapping and building. I typically locate the parts where I think they should go using jackstands, plum bobs, clamps, blocks of wood, paint buckets, boxes, tubing, plastic jars, or whatever I have on hand.
Anyway, I set up the front axle and suspension links. I just happened to have an old FSJ steering box and pitman arm in the shed so I clamped it to the frame where I think it needs to go. I also happened to have a used '74-'79 Wagoneer tie rod and drag link. I'll have to build a mount for the steering box but it looks like the factory tie rods are gonna fit just perfect without modifying them. They sit pretty high up too, above the axlehousing at least. And it still looks like I have plenty of room for a hefty track bar. The old flattie is coming together pretty good.