I've seen it written that tie rod and drag link ends should be oriented so that each end is parallel with the opposing end such that maximum articulation is possible. In other words, each opposing end is a mirror image of the other, as opposed to adjusted to be at an angle, in slight opposition, so as to prevent excessive movement of the tie rod or drag link. Wouldn't the rod/drag link ends in any state other than parallel with eachother create a binding effect at high levels of articulation? The opposing angles to limit rotation makes sense, but does it create bind and limit articulation? What say you?