OK, I threw the parts together and snapped a picture.
As with the -8, the torque tube runs behind the back seat and the arms go forward. The torque tube itself is a simple weldment using stock I had in the shop. As stated above, you can see the bearing brackets I made from angle extrusion. The axle is a Hi-lok fastener. The brackets bolt to the lower longerons, and the spherical bearings allow the splay. I had to make new link arms from tubing, and despite the fact that they are longer than the solid aluminum rods that were there before, are slightly lighter. I dumped the lower link joints (with the integrated stud) for normal through bolted units so I could use a larger diameter (0.750) spacer for better load carying ability. The stock actuator was set up for the motor to mount horizontally, so I fabbed up a link to change orientation. The upper mount bolts to the rear seat bulkhead next to the pasenger's left shoulder, and a simple clip ties it into the upper longeron behind the bulkhead.
Like I said: less parts, much beter geometry, stronger, lighter, ....much gooder!