I think the one you need is off a 1st gen legacy maybe Patrick at ADF would know. I would definitely get rid of the rag joint while it's apart.
Add a brace to support the lower shaft so it rotates smoothly, otherwise the upper shaft rotates until the lower u joint binds up, then rotation is transferred to the steering rack.
The steeper the angle on the U joints the more exaggerated the effect is.My steering in my 8" lifted ea81 with dual U joints would bind up every 1/2 turn of the wheel and would require significantly more force to turn.after the U joint popped out of binding it would turn for a another 1/2 turn then bind up again....My other shaft that only had 1 u joint wouldn't bind up nearly as bad, but it tore the hell out of the rubber puck on the steering in short order.
Or you could clearance them out with a die grinder like i did on my 6" lift. Mine turn turns freely with no binding.