Todd, of course I no more da PRG or pro comp rear. I also don't have a spare tire. Can't fit the size I'm running plus I need the room for my horn and exhaust. What made your evaporate canister hang like that? I don't think we moved mine at all. Now those extra shock brackets are sweet. If I figure out where to mount the top I will grab those from Greg. It is nice to see all the unique combinations being displayed on this thread. Thanks for sharing and keep em coming. Aloha
I think my Evaporator Canister was riding on that thin bracket attached to the side-panel.
But also bolted to the top of the Subframe on 1 end.
So after lifted, the Evap-Can is just hanging there. Bending down on that thin bracket.
You can see below, we just used 1 screw to attach 1 end of the Evap-Can back to the Subframe.
And the Installation at TruckinWeb.com discusses Evap-Can modifications, with pics.
But your Evap Can seems secure to the underside of the floorboard.
How can that be?
Screws coming from below would come through your carpet, and into your passengers feet.
I can't tell from these pics.
Your horns may be blocking the view of some bolts or mounts or hangers.
It sure looks good though.
Also, the ProComp PDF talks specifically about how we should modify the Evap Can:
( ProComp ARMADA Lift Instructions )
6. Unbolt evaporator canister from the sub frame assembly. Save bolt for reuse.
13. Unclip the evaporator hose,
and carefully cut the evaporator hose clip bracket from the rear sub frame assembly.
Be sure to grind the frame smooth after removal.
See ILLUATRATION 13.
25. Bolt the evaporator canister drop bracket (90-3213) to the sub frame assembly using the previously removed OE bolt.
26. Bolt the drop bracket to the evaporator canister using the supplied 1/4” X 3/4” bolt and hardware.
Peskadot, I bet you could get an extra set of PRG add-on shock mounts, and turn them upside-down, and attach them to the Upper coil buckets.
Same mounts, top and bottom. You would be the only one with that setup.
Then you would have to figure out which shocks would match that 3 miles of space you have in lift.
For example: I just flipped one of my pics of the lower shock mounts.
Imagine the same thing on your top coil bucket.