yes, they're the right way around.
the old mounts had oval holes which were more forgiving and I suppose
there is a little tension in the drivetrain as I had similar issues
changing the rear springs and had to jack the axle backwards.
On Wed, Apr 9, 2008 at 6:38 PM, Smit, Theo <Theo.Smit@dynastream.com> wrote:
> Make sure you have the mounts each on the proper side. If they're the
> good ones, then there will be about 1/2" difference between the
> front/back alignment depending on which mount you have on which side.
> The engine is supposed to be in the more-rearward position.
> Other tips for aligning the mounts (or, for that matter, aligning
> anything in the engine bay) involve language that is not appropriate for
> this mailing list...
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> does anyone have any tricks for getting the engine into the right
> place to bolt up the mounts?
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