I’m mounting my hydro assist tomorrow, including replumbing the hydro-boost brakes, power steering box, AND the ram into the system. To keep things cool in the AZ heat, I’m adding a rather substantial cooler to the PS system. Only problem is, how to mount it… Any suggestions on mounting the PS cooler? It’s about 12” long and 8” high, stacked plate model made by LONG. I’ve already got a huge tranny cooler (plus the one in the radiator) mounted on the passenger side in front of the radiator, and I’ve got a factory oil cooler on the driver’s side in front of the radiator. There is no room for anything that big on the front of the engine, although I did toy with mounting it where the AC pump used to be, it’s just too big. So… As of right now, I’m mounting it on the front cross member, just below the core support, sticking up between the fan and the radiator. The bottom of the cooler will be about 1” above the bottom of the front cross member and setting up behind the lip. That should give it some air flow and keep it out of harms way. I’ve built 2 uprights out of .125 x 1.5” strap that will mount on the lower cross member lip (which sticks out in front of the cross member about 1.5”). These will be spaced about 2” wider than the cooler on each side. I don’t want it wobbling around and getting into the radiator OR the fan so it will mount up hard (no rubber). In between the uprights I’m running some of the .062 flexible strap (with holes every inch) and the cooler will mount to that. The strap should flex enough to absorb much of the cross member flex (if any) and isolate the cooler from vibration a bit. I could mount the uprights close enough to mount the cooler directly to them, but I’m afraid they are to strong it would stress the cooler too much when bouncing around and flexing. I may also make some little rubber isolators out of 3/8 fuel line (cut into 1/8” doughnuts) to mount between the strap stock and the uprights. As an added bene, mounting it that low with the lines on top, it will be very easy to bleed. Obviously I’ll secure the lines to keep them out of the fan. I’ve still got to build a fan shroud before things get too hot here and I’ll account for the bottom cooler when I do. Any other suggestions, ideas or warnings? I’m also switching my leaky hydro-boost pump for a much newer and non-leaky normal pump. Only difference is that the hydro-boost pump has an extra return line, slightly larger capacity, and different pressure bleed valve. So, I’ll swap the pressure bleed valve into the new one. I’ll increase the capacity through the cooler and a length of fuel filler hose to extend the filler neck and pick up a good pint or so. And there will be only a single return line coming from the cooler.