Steering is by a tiller mounted
forward of the seating position through the chassis longeron.
The wooden tiller is connected to the lower steering mechanisms
by a vertical bearing mounted steel column. The lower steering
rods combine with the front wheel supports to form a modified
Ackerman steering geometry which enables the front wheel
steering angles to conform properly with the overall vehicle
turning circle. The steering and track rods allow for proper
straight ahead adjustment and tracking adjustments of the front
wheels. Metal ball and socket joints are used at the rod ends to
accommodate the relative wheel turning and suspension movements.
A left-handed steering could be
implemented as an alternative to the right handed
version shown above.