Although the car we are working with already has the front bracket welded in place, we can show you what it looks like installed here. When welding, the weight of the car must be on the tires for proper location of the front bracket. The bar should also be preliminarily installed to help locate the front bracket. A drive-on hoist works, or you can support the car with jackstands under the axle. Bounce the car up and down a few times to eliminate any preload. Then weld the bracket to the framerail. Be careful as the rail is thin and easy to burn through. To prevent rust, clean and paint the area after welding.