No problem! I sent you an email with the pictures as well, my scanner is apparently toast so I couldn't scan my templates. They're super easy to make. I bought my first kit from Firm Feel for my '71 GT's K frame. It works great, but the plates are fairly generic so they required some fitting, grinding and bending anyway. So when I did my spool mount K for my Duster I just made my own, its simple. Idaho's pictures do an even better job of showing what the plates look like and how they get welded in. The steering box reinforcement that goes on the front is the only one that you really have to check, that one has to be flush with the steering box mount and you have to watch that it also doesn't go to far forward because of the way that the steering box angles down. I'd definitely tack weld that one in place and check the fit before welding it in solid. I was fine on the biscuit mount K I did, but the one for my spool mount interfered. ops: If you're using adjustable strut rods I don't think you need the strut rod reinforcements. All of the adjustable strut rods I've seen use a large, heavy spacer on the side that the reinforcement goes on anyway. That would do exactly the same thing as the reinforcement, and its already accounted for in the length of the strut rod.