I did my conversion back in 2003.(I still have not built my shock brackets! I might switch to coilovers)
I did'nt keep a list of brackets or specs on it.I do know that there were a few different ways That I could have went on angles and ride height concerning the placement of the front (Weight ect,).
There are too many things that will very on the springs and vehicle weights to just start spitting out numbers.I made my choices at the time base on what I wanted and needed for my car at the time.There will be a point where you will need to set, and reset the new front to your needs.(basicly set it up as it would be in the C-4 under full weight of the car, keeping the same set as factory.)Customs very on weight!
(This is actually a plus compaired to a prebuilt unit if you know what you need)
You will be able to set the ride height and so on before you mount anything permanently.You will need to build a frame jig for the front half of the frame.(I can help there)
This conversion will require that you cut the frame rails on your car and totally remove the section of frame and cradle where the frame widens for the springs.
(I can only show you where I cut mine)
This will require tons of measuring and planning on your part,however I was able to do this alone in a weekend.
Again,It's not hard,just requires basic fab skills.
(I would suggest a friend to help!)
I'm sure that someone has done a play by play on this by now on the internet somewhere.The C-4 front suspension will fit anything with framerails!This is not a bolt on job and you will need a few good tools.Welder,plasma cutter/torch set, portaband, and chop saw.
(And BIG kahounas)