I don't have any pics, but I installed mine just behind the yoke and u-joint assembly in the transmission tunnel. I found it easier to install with the front seats out of the vehicle and you'll have to pull the driveshaft to get the loop in. There is a pic of someone doing a lakewood driveshaft install on a Fox body in a tech article on corral here: http://www.corral.net/projects/deepfreeze/dfdriveshaftloop.html
It will pretty much give you an idea of where it should go I hope.
I know it shoud be within 6 inches of the front U-joint but when I place it there to mark holes I can't seem to find a place that it mates to the floor pan flush. Thanks for the link but it doesn't really help me considering the Metco loop is a completely different design than the lakewood.
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