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Old 03-08-2018, 11:36 PM
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I replaced my passenger side, after cutting it down 1/4". I could not replace the driver's side, though. The engine wouldn't jack up enough. Maybe part of the intake setup was hitting on the firewall, I'm not sure.
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Old 03-09-2018, 07:52 AM
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I didnt have any problems the way I did it. I would replace both front mounts, theres no need really to do the rear transmission mount
In my experience, if you have bad motor mounts the trans mount is bad also. What may or may not happen if you don't replace the trans mount is that the front new mounts can raise up the motor and with the rear mount bad still, the angle of the power train is off and may cause the fan to rub the shroud. If it it doesn't then don't worry about it.
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