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Here is my aluminum water bottle holder that I got at Walmart for $5.99. I used 2 zip ties to hold it on and haven't had any problems so far.

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Nice work.  Maybe throw some adhesive closed cell foam behind it to protect the paint from the inevitable metal-on-paint vibration.  A single strip of thick rubber electrical tape (Mastik) would work too.

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