Awesome! This helps alot. I have it in pieces and cut one of the parts of the bracket off so far. It's mostly the second two pieces that are the problem. A close up of those two would be extremely helfulRemove the canister from the bracket. Cut off the pieces of the bracket that prevent it from sitting flat. Enlarge two existing holes for new bolts (I used 3/8" bolts).
When the canister is installed, mine sits level with the top of the fender. The hose inlets point toward the firewall.
Use the tab with original nut and bolt to secure the canister to the bracket.
It is forward enough to clear the shock stud (for easy removal of shock).
I will get you a close-up of the other two items. Once again, just cut off extra metal from bracket to let it sit flush to fender, drill a couple new holes and bolt in place.