Calling on years of wrenching, we came up with this solution. The instructions told us to mount the bar to the bottom of the shock mounts, but that was about as far as they took us. Which brackets to use, which bolts to use, etc., was left to us. We tried to set it up for a minimal loss of ground clearance. The bar is lowest behind the rear differential cover (but doesn’t hang below the pumpkin) and goes uphill towards the ends. The shock mounts are angled, which minimized the loss of ground clearance, and with the larger tires we broke about even.