Installing the axle housing brackets was easy once the speed sensor wires were moved out of the way.
The driver's side spring is ready to go.
The passenger side is in place as well. These brackets are designed specifically for the Tundra.
The air pressure control panel is supposed to be dash mounted but since our truck has a knee air bag, the panel might kill you if it was launched at you by an exploding air bag! Or it might interfere with proper air bag deployment. Instead we opted to mount it to the seat bracket, out of the way but still easy to get to.
Howard made this cool bracket to attach the panel to the actual seat bracket with no drilling or messing around.
The air pressure lines were routed under the carpet from a drain hole grommet to the control panel.