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The inner tie rod ends move forward with the drag link; 5. The outer tie rod ends (at the forward ends of the steering arms) are forced wider apart as both tie rods become less angled from a top view, creating additional toe-out. The angled steering arms produce a Reverse Ackermann effect which serves to cancel the system's attempt to spread out the wheels. So, the system shown can produce very little Ackermann effect.