Starting at the front, I mounted the ride height sensors on the front of the suspension towers, tapping the towers to accept 1/4x20 stainless bolts. Though the sensor arms can be "clocked" in four different positions, care was taken to ensure the arm remained in the middle (90 degrees) of the available 180 degrees of travel, while maintaining clearance from all components throughout the suspension travel. There are marks on the sensor indicating these limits. I clamped a length of aluminum to the chassis 'rail and marked the position of the arm with the ShockWave fully inflated, then compressed the air spring to its fully deflated position, and moved the arm to suit, as shown. This gave me the limits of travel.