Okay on to the savvy motor mount lift. There are few key points to take note of. I will try to address them as best as I can. Remove the bolts that hold the transmission to the skid.
Loosen the through bolts that go through the motor mounts. Next you must remove the studs on the bottom of each motor mount located here:
Next you can loosen the bolts that are on the motor mounts that thread into the frame. At this point you can use a block of wood on your jack and apply light pressure on the oil pan.
If you have AC then you will have to work a bit harder on the driver side of the vehicle (left hand drive vehicles, not if it matter or not but thought I would say that).
You have to remove the motor mount bracket inorder to get the mount out. The through bolts you loosen up earlier cannot be taken out on the driver side of the vehicle. Here are the 3 bolts:
Get these bolts out in order to get the driver motor mount out. Now you should be able to work on the passenger side of the vehicle as well. This side should be easier to access since the through bolt can be removed.
Now each motor mount has a stud molded into them. Since you are raising the motor mounts you need to extend these studs. In your package you should ahve recieved the studs but you need to make a small adjustment. Here is the issue:
We need to cut just a little bit off with a cut-off grinder or applicable tool:
Now use some locktight when putting the studs back on so they don't turn back out on you. Here is how you should installed the MML blocks. Both should have their threads facing towards the grill. The L shaped block should be on the passenger side.