I just rebuilt a 2000 EZGO TXT that originally had 2" front leaf spring spacers, spindle arm risers and flipped rear springs. I upgraded the rear springs to HD and kept them on top of the axle but could only find the OE 2-leaf front springs. I cut new 2" square tubing to fit up front instead of dropping the front back down. At top speed (fleet speed), with rear seat weight, I notice that the front wants to track with any rolls or dips in the road. If the dip is bad enough the torsion steer causes the front to start swaying on its own while the back is fairly stable. You can not counter steer when that happens it gets worse and will oscillate. The rack and pinion is a center pivot style, not the offset crank with the full-width tie rod. Are the spindle risers causing the instability from the tie rods or is it the leaf springs being too soft in the front with stiff rear springs? I can't really see what's doing when I'm driving lol. I may hook up a gopro under there and watch. It's gotta get fixed.