I have covered this before from a different point of view. I am trying to convert a '56 S120 Travelall to crossover steering. There are no aftermarket steering arms available for closed knuckle axles. Over 30 years ago I owned my first S120 Travelall which I converted to Saginaw steering because it was easier than repairing the OEM part. Parts were easy at that time. The S120 I had then was only about 20 years old. IHC was still in the automobile and light truck business. To use the Saginaw steering gear box required a different connection to the axle than the comma shaped original equipment steering arm. I went to the IHC dealer in Salt Lake City and asked about the steering arms that fit the top of the closed knuckle on that vehicle. Closed knuckle axles with the rectangular four bolt (bolts, not studs) were still common then. He laid one of the comma shaped arms on the counter and then another looking something like the rough drawing I have posted below. I do not remember which model he said it fit. I grabbed it up cause I knew I could modify it to make it work. Regardless, I need a different arm, new or used, to fit my Dana 44 closed knuckle axle. I am open to other shapes as long as they have the bolt pattern. The arm pictured above was steel as are all I have seen, which was easy cut and welded into the configuration I needed. If you have an old arm that is functional, new, used, rusted, maybe even broken if both parts are there, post a picture here so I can get an idea of what I might be able to work with.