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One benefit of removing them as a pair is so that the inner CV joints and bolts get looked at.
Two of my bolts were badly stretched and neede replacement.
If I had dropped just the engine as I have done in the past, these bolts would have failed and left me on the side of the road.
I found that when re-installing the pair, the front (trans) mounts were difficult to line up.
If you just barely connect the rear (motor) mounts and then start the trans mounts bolts, it's much easier.
Then make sure everything is tight.
Make a check list if necessary.
And....have fun....after all...you could be working on you uncles old tractor! ....LOL
Bob
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Old 11-13-2005, 08:45 AM
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