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Help with Reservoir Mount ideas!!

Looking for some ideas on where and how to mount my reservoir to my coil bucket or somewhere better than the frame. No one make just stand alone reservoir coils anymore so I have some horrible looking marine clamps mounted to the frame right now. Looking to see if anyone has any ideas on where and how to put them on the cool bucket or somewhere else and make it look good. I hate hose clamps with a passion!! (The by pass clamp is going to be replaced as soon as the coil reservoir is done)

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I am with you on the hose clamps. Plus they are known to break as well....LOL Mine are set up differently then you but similar idea. You need to make a custom bracket where your coilover mounts on top, then have a friend make you some billet clamps. Just gotta make sure your wheel travel won't hit them...LOL

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