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Unread 04-30-2013, 05:24 PM   #1
sifuentes072008
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changing motor mounts question

Jeep yj 95 2.5 liter
Changing the motor mounts the new driver side wont fit into the bracket. The engine is out so I unbolted the bracket and tried to fit it and its just way too big. It fits perfect on the passengers side and the passengers side fits perfect on the drivers side but I dont thinj I can swap them around the passengers side has a stud in it. Could I switch the brackets instead. I also read that you can use a vice to compress the motor mounts to fit them in the bracket does that sound like a good idea

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