Next, the pivot bracket is bolted into place using the mounting holes for the rear sway bar. This tab is temporary and is used for locating the part for welding. After welding, it is cut off.
The mount is also bolted in place through the existing lower control arm mount. Locating the mount like this makes getting this complicated fitting part properly aligned easy.
Zac added this spacer and control arm mounting bolt in place to make sure that the mount would not warp under the heat of welding.
After tacking the part in place, the locating bracket was unbolted from the swaybar mounting point and cut off.