I need a hand choosing the right size, thickness and shape of steel for a bracket to mount an old style 5 gallon Jerry water can on a Jeep. I estimate the weight of the can + water + misc = 50 to 55 pounds. The bracket will be subjected to rough off-road conditions. In the drawing the red lines represent the load and the black lines the bracket. The 7” side will be welded to a solid mount. The width of the steel used in the mount can be up to 1.5 inches wide by .25 thick. Any commonly available shape can be used, angle, channel, square, rectangular or round tube. A sturdy mount is the priority, but weight is important too. From an esthetics point of view I’d rather use just a single 24” bar of some sort, but I added the triangle shape just, well just because. If it isn’t needed lets drop it. I hope this makes sense, what would the recommended shape and thickness of the steel be for this mount? I can clarify further if needed.