I’m installing new tie rods and the stock center link/steering column alignment results in the wheels being off by about a third of a turn of the steering wheel when the tie rods are set to equal lengths. By shortening one and lengthening the other so they’re about 1/2" different in length I can get the wheel center-aligned. Will this cause problems with bump steer?

If so, I’m guessing I should set them to equal lengths and then try to find a way to adjust the center link or steering column...