I called every wrecking yard around, nobody had the power steering cooler I wanted. Some of them immediately said no, didn't even look it up. Finally, one last yard that google wasn't showing me. Drove up there, and they had a 2005 Dodge Magnum - winner winner
Bought this at the hardware store, about $2.
It's 1 1/4" diameter(top) rubber stopper(cork). It's 1" tall, so I cut it in half with my multi-tool and drilled a 1/4" hole in the center. I used the top half, with a fender washer, as the drivers side mount, utilizing the bolt for the upper radiator bracket.
I removed the grille, so I could know exactly how high(and far out, man) I could mount the passenger side end of the cooler. It was very close, it had to be out far enough so that the hood striker wouldn't hit it, and as high as possible for flow. I utilized the passenger side hood latch bolt for the other mount, cutting, bending, drilling, tapping an old Simpson hardware bracket.
Then I had to remount the intake side catch can, so that it would be low enough for flow purposes. I had an old 4" octagonal metal junction box from my remodel that I modified and made a hanger for the catch can.
One down, one to go!!!
When I was an apprentice, we were the last contractor on the jobsite, so we had to clean everything up. My boss paid me to scrap out the job, I got to keep the money for the scrap too.
It was a great deal, but it wasn't long after, that I found I could really use some of that stuff I scrapped out. To buy it new was 20x what I got for it as scrap. I tend to keep stuff now, glad I did here. Always good to have some material around for things like this.