OK... you asked for pics, you got 'em! Here's a good middle shot of my rear driver's side coil over: I then took out a tape measure and placed it on the floor, stretching up so that it pressed up against the bottom of the frame rail (where you bolt the top of the coil over to the car) and locking it there. I took 3 higher res photos for you, top, middle and bottom of the coil-over so you can see where each part is along the tape. I lifted the boot a bit so you could see the silver ring showing the top of the body (under the lower edge of the boot). FYI: to adjust the height, as I understand it, you should loosen the lower lock ring so that it spins freely. You should then turn the entire black threaded shock body so that it screws down into the lower housing. You can see a hole in this housing at about 11.75 inches down that shows the threads peeking through. The upper spring locks should be raised only to a height that just holds the springs and keeps them from rattling around and then locked together. They are not used to adjust height... just to keep the springs tight enough to not bounce around at full droop (wheel in the air). Hope that helps!