Originally Posted by MaxValle
i saw this on another forum (not a ranger forum) and wondering how in the hell they did it and if it could be done on a ranger after i get my coilover conversion done
To me, it just sort of looks like a bracket that was made to go above the shock tower and it uses the same bolt pattern as the coilover does...basically sandwiching them together.
I would imagine you could make a similar bracket and place it on our coil bucket the same spot (using the single main bolt).
However, I believe on our trucks the remote reservoir would have to mount below the coil bucket rather than above like your picture shows due to clearance issues above it. Also, I'm not sure how much clearance there is for it to stick out in front of the coilover spring with the upper control arm already pretty close to making contract during suspension travel.
Really just comes down to verifying clearances and then designing/making a bracket…
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