The rack's internal stops are not adjustable and provide positive stops directly at the rack gear. It does not continue to load the tie rods and balljoints such as when hitting the factory strut rod stops. If desired the strut rod to steering arm stops could still be modified to limit/reduce centerlink travel for wheel clearance issues. Shortening the steering arm also increases the amount of force required by the rack to turn the wheels. The new outer tie rod position may also introduce some bumpsteer and ackermann steering issues unless compensated for with the inner tie rod.