Here it is.
2000 Ford F250 4x4 with a LI quad, two heads on front in the grill, two heads on the rear in the gap between the bumper and tailgate.
The front heads are mounted with the supplied brackets. The rear heads are mounted using all-thread to move them 1-1/2" out away from the mounting surface. This also allows adjusting them side-to-side by turning the nuts in or out, and up and down by bending the rods. The unused rod is to allow moving the heads closer together if testing shows P/T on center mass rear or license plate shots. The rear heads are recessed 1" in relation to the edge of the tailgate.
Since I posted the pics asking for install advice, http://www.radardetector.net/forums/...tall-f250.html I have blacked out the chrome bumpers by roughening them up with 40 grit sand paper on an electric drill and then spraying them with aerosol bed-liner. The gap where the rear heads are was originally white, and I blacked it out too because the black heads stood out against the white paint.
The tool box in the bed will get blacked out next.