Anybody done a how to on replacing motor mounts?
Because they sag/get weak. It was a topic I think back in 2007. Remember a certain person was going to make them out of better material and it never happened.Why you replacing them? Do you have better ones? Should be a no brainer, if they are anywhere close to what mine look like. Bring em over to John's Garage, and we'll do it. I have plenty on tools and jacks.
I just did mine today. Took about 2 hours. I did not do a how to on it because it's pretty straightforward. Couple of PIA things just because of where some bolts/nuts are but it's not hard at all. If there is nothing else posted I can certainly write something up on it.Anybody done a how to on replacing motor mounts?
The one in front is obviously flat on top and engine is sagging at least a quarter inch. So that means one of the sets in the back are wore too. Going to replace all of them next weekend and thought someone might gives some tips as far as which ones to replace first, things I might run into and then think "dang, I shoulda done that the other way" you know. I was thinking to do the rear two first. (leaving the front attached and jacking till you can pull the rear two). then doing the front. :dontknow:Why you replacing them? Do you have better ones? Should be a no brainer, if they are anywhere close to what mine look like. Bring em over to John's Garage, and we'll do it. I have plenty on tools and jacks.
That's what I did with mine. Had them all replaced with the harder one. Did that quite some time ago, seems to be fine. Haven't checked to see if they've worn less yet or not though.If you replace the ones on the front Jeremy order the ones for the back and install them on the front. They are a harder compound! :bigthumbsup: