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Old 11-12-2013, 11:15 AM   #1
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Brown Dog MML Install Problems - Getting Through Bolts to Line Up

Installed my 1.25" zone offroad body lift yesterday and started on the Brown Dog motor mount lift and then ran into issues.

I followed the directions on 4x4xplor as well as the Brown Dog directions.

Loosened the transmission mount bolts (four) and left them barely dangling on the thread.
Placed a jack under the oil pan (w/block of wood to distribute weight) and lifted engine slightly.
Loosened the passenger side mount bolts first (did not remove).
Removed the driver side OEM mount.
Placed the Brown Dog motor mount (for driver side) into position on the driver's side... this is where I got stuck.

For the life of me I cannot get the motor mount holes to line up on the BD mount with the factory mounting point holes.

The Brown Dog mount appears to be slightly out of alignment and won't squeeze (if you are facing the front of the Jeep) to the left far enough to let me re-insert the through bolt.

Any thoughts on this?

I have read just about everything from grinding down the mount to get it to fit, to removing the passenger side mount and replacing that.

I have concerns about removing both through bolts at one time but some other forums indicated that removing the passenger side and replacing that first is the way to go. Somebody said removing both mounts at once was the ticket.

Any ideas? Frustrated and the Jeep is sitting in the garage with a missing motor mount today.

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I also struggled with the drivers side mount. I had an extra had and could jack the trans up enough to get it close then I used a BF crowbar to get that last little bit.

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I had the same issue but with the passenger side. I used a rubber mallet and banged the crap out of it until it lined up. Then when I just barely got it lined up enough I stuck in a really thick screw driver and used it to lever it down. Then banged some more and repeated the process for a while.
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Thanks for the tips. Looks like I will need to stop at home depot tonight for a BF screw driver. When you did it did you leave one through bolt in at all times?
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Thanks for the tips. Looks like I will need to stop at home depot tonight for a BF screw driver. When you did it did you leave one through bolt in at all times?
Yep. When I did it I did the drivers side first and then the passengers. But when I had the issue with the passenger side the drivers side had the through bolt in it.
I'd say you'd only need a 5/8" thick screw driver.
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Yep. When I did it I did the drivers side first and then the passengers. But when I had the issue with the passenger side the drivers side had the through bolt in it.
I'd say you'd only need a 5/8" thick screw driver.
Thanks a lot. Any issues with more vibes due to the polyurethane bushings or did you go with rubber?
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Thanks a lot. Any issues with more vibes due to the polyurethane bushings or did you go with rubber?
I went with the rubber. I noticed a very slight increase in vibes but it was such a small amount it didn't matter to me.
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Thanks a lot. Any issues with more vibes due to the polyurethane bushings or did you go with rubber?
I did the rubber as well. The poly is designed to be stiffer. I did one bolt at a time. Drivers took about an hour and the passenger slid right in, maybe 10mins. I did have help.
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When I did mine I put the through bolts and mounts on engine on both sides first and then bolted the mounts to the frame. Also its a lot easier if you completely remove the 4 transmission mount to skid bolts first so you can move engine left and right easier.
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Thanks guys. Finally got them installed this weekend. Contrary to instructions it did require me to remove both through bolts to get both motor mounts to line up. Right now on my 2.5l there is way too much vibration with the poly bushings. I am going to revisit my torque settings next weekend and see if that helps reduce the vibrations. At idle its pretty bad but while driving with the engine revs up it feels very good - you can tell how solid they are. However, if I enter the 3,000 rpm and up territory everything shakes like crazy. I plan to drive with them for a while and if u still don't like the vibes switch back to the OEM mounts.

For future reference this is what I had to do to make them fit:

Remove both of the old mounts at once (THIS GOES WITHOUT SAYING BUT MAKE SURE THE ENGINE IS SAFELY AND SECURELY JACKED UP UNDERNEATH AND DO NOT POSITION YOURSELF UNDERNEATH THE ENGINE AT ANY TIME)

Grease the faces of the bushings

Position the BD mounts and tighten down the nut and bolt that hold the mounts to the motor mount plate. Don't tighten all the way u want a little play laterally in case it is needed.

Now SLOWLY jack up the engine.

If the mounts are raising up when you lift lower the engine back down and snug up the BD mounts to the mm plate more tightly.

In my case the passenger side mount lifted up higher than the driver side at first. I got the driver side through bolt in and then lowered the engine until the passenger side mount slid into the bracket.

You'll likely need to move the engine up and down slightly to get the through bolts to go through. Keep this in mind as it will make your life much easier.

Following the above method I was able to install these mounts by myself.
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I also had some difficulty getting the mounts to line up.
I was able to do one side at a time, so here's a couple tips from my experience:

I completely removed the 4 trans nuts.
I removed the driver side mount with it still attached to the mounting bracket. Doing one side at a time, I favored the jack towards the driver's side of the trans bellhousing. Jacked it up, and removed the mount/bracket. I was able to persuade the new into the bracket with judicious use of a putty knife and rubber mallet. Assemble, and reinstall the mount/bracket. Finger tight the frame bolt and nut. Drop the jack, relocate to passenger side of bellhousing. Removal was pretty easy, just the motor mount on this side. Then it took a while to get the mount bolt and nut started on its mounting bracket. Once held in place (relatively) I was able to wedge my putty knife in place, and used the jack to fully line up the through hole. Hardware in place, drop jack, and torque everything down. Check your fan shroud clearance (in my case I removed my redneck engineered drop). Don't forget the trans mount bolts.
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I also had some difficulty getting the mounts to line up.
I was able to do one side at a time, so here's a couple tips from my experience:

I completely removed the 4 trans nuts.
I removed the driver side mount with it still attached to the mounting bracket. Doing one side at a time, I favored the jack towards the driver's side of the trans bellhousing. Jacked it up, and removed the mount/bracket. I was able to persuade the new into the bracket with judicious use of a putty knife and rubber mallet. Assemble, and reinstall the mount/bracket. Finger tight the frame bolt and nut. Drop the jack, relocate to passenger side of bellhousing. Removal was pretty easy, just the motor mount on this side. Then it took a while to get the mount bolt and nut started on its mounting bracket. Once held in place (relatively) I was able to wedge my putty knife in place, and used the jack to fully line up the through hole. Hardware in place, drop jack, and torque everything down. Check your fan shroud clearance (in my case I removed my redneck engineered drop). Don't forget the trans mount bolts.
Thanks for the feedback. Hopefully someone with the 2.5 will find this thread and find it helpful.

BTW - do you have the poly or rubber bushings?

I removed my fan shroud entirely. I just felt it did nothing but get in the way anyways. Hopefully I won't regret it this summer.
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Ah, I missed yours was the 2.5 - I have the 4.0l. I'd imagine the same general tips could apply for both engines though.

I went with the rubber mounts.
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Thanks for the feedback. Hopefully someone with the 2.5 will find this thread and find it helpful. BTW - do you have the poly or rubber bushings? I removed my fan shroud entirely. I just felt it did nothing but get in the way anyways. Hopefully I won't regret it this summer.
you need that shroud to properly cool the system.
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you need that shroud to properly cool the system.
Thanks. I have read that as well. Given it is winter I am going to drive it for a while and see how things go. Several forum members with the 2.5 have driven without it for over a year (at least) and as of their last updates all seemed fine. By the time summer comes around if it is running too warm I plan to install the shroud again or maybe an electric fan.
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A little late to recommend now, but you probably should've gone with the rubber bushings with the 2.5L. I've got the 2.5L and went with rubber bushings on my Brown Dog mounts and I still get some tub vibration, particularly the steering wheel, a good 1-2 years later. Still an excellent product, and I have no regrets.

Did you temporarily remove the fan shroud while you did your motor work, or are you running entirely without it? You definitely need it in the 2.5L to direct that air to the rad since its so far away. I trimmed 1-2" off of mine due to some weird issues with my fan hitting the shroud on extreme frame flex, and it runs a few degrees hotter as a result. Based on that, I suspect you'll likely have some serious overheating issues without it.
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A little late to recommend now, but you probably should've gone with the rubber bushings with the 2.5L. I've got the 2.5L and went with rubber bushings on my Brown Dog mounts and I still get some tub vibration, particularly the steering wheel, a good 1-2 years later. Still an excellent product, and I have no regrets.

Did you temporarily remove the fan shroud while you did your motor work, or are you running entirely without it? You definitely need it in the 2.5L to direct that air to the rad since its so far away. I trimmed 1-2" off of mine due to some weird issues with my fan hitting the shroud on extreme frame flex, and it runs a few degrees hotter as a result. Based on that, I suspect you'll likely have some serious overheating issues without it.
Thanks for the feedback. Yeah I am likely going to dump the Brown Dog mounts soon. They were as advertised - I bought the poly bushing version off a local forum member at a discount and I knew going in there would be more vibes. Unfortunately it's just too much for me. Now that I have successfully installed them the removal process is not so daunting. May go with the JKS spacers.

Regarding the fan shroud, I removed it completely. Will post up here later about heating issues I have, if any. Perhaps I won't have any issues in this cold weather. So far I haven't noticed any change in the temp gauge. Definitely will be keeping an eye on it and I appreciate the advice.
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I had the Brown Dog rubber mounts on my daughter's 98 with the 2.5l, and the vibes were too unpleasant to leave them on. Especially at idle and again above 60 mph. I finally bought some OEM motor mounts and the JKS spacers and it made a big difference.
Definitely put the shroud back on before you get stuck in a traffic jam somewhere and overheat. If you keep moving it probably doesn't make much difference.
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The 2.5 vibrates much more than the 4.0....definitely need rubber.
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The 2.5 vibrates much more than the 4.0....definitely need rubber.
Duly noted and agreed. BD makes that pretty clear on their website so I knew what I was getting into. That said, I can't imagine many people actually liking the poly mounts for the 2.5L specifically - it's just way too much vibration. Seems to me BD shouldn't even offer them but hey everyone has a right to make a buck. It just seems like, again for the 2.5 ENGINE SPECIFICALLY, it would save people time and money to only offer the rubber version so they don't cheap out, buy the poly verssion, then regret it - like me!
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I had the Brown Dog rubber mounts on my daughter's 98 with the 2.5l, and the vibes were too unpleasant to leave them on. Especially at idle and again above 60 mph. I finally bought some OEM motor mounts and the JKS spacers and it made a big difference.
Definitely put the shroud back on before you get stuck in a traffic jam somewhere and overheat. If you keep moving it probably doesn't make much difference.
Thanks for the feedback - I am right there with you likely plan to buy the blocks instead. Noted on the fan shroud - it is not a DD so I am going to watch the temp gauge closely. So far it is not running any warmer than it was before removal - but again it is winter and ambient temps are way down.
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Status update...just finished removing the Brown Dog MML and installing a budget "block" style MML with my factory motor mounts. I don't think I have ever been so happy with the stock ride as I am tonight. After having those Brown Dog polyu mounts on my Jeep for a week I thought I was about to lose my mind. Everything that could rattle - was. Now with the soft OEM rubber mounts back in the Jeep purrs like a kitten.

This thread isn't intended to bash the Brown Dog mounts. They are clearly a well made product - high quality for sure - and they do what they are intended for. I guess I just like a soft ride and can't tolerate vibrations, which is why I took them off.
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Status update...just finished removing the Brown Dog MML and installing a budget "block" style MML with my factory motor mounts. I don't think I have ever been so happy with the stock ride as I am tonight. After having those Brown Dog polyu mounts on my Jeep for a week I thought I was about to lose my mind. Everything that could rattle - was. Now with the soft OEM rubber mounts back in the Jeep purrs like a kitten. This thread isn't intended to bash the Brown Dog mounts. They are clearly a well made product - high quality for sure - and they do what they are intended for. I guess I just like a soft ride and can't tolerate vibrations, which is why I took them off.
that's why the rubber mounts are recommended over the poly mounts.
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So how much more vibration over stock is there on the 4.0 with rubber BD mounts. Vibes drive me crazy as well, to the point I am replacing my UCF skid and lowpro mount with a custom Xmember because I can't stand the "buzz" at idle.
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that's why the rubber mounts are recommended over the poly mounts.
Yes, thanks. Pretty sure that's been articulated throughout this thread but for those who don't feel like reading - Brown Dog makes 1" MML with rubber bushings that are supposed to dampen engine vibes sufficiently. I purchased the polyurethane mounts new from a local forum member which is why I didn't buy the rubber bushing version - figured I would give it a shot.

This is my understanding from researching the Brown Dog 1" MML:

Polyurethane bushings -
2.5L = you're going to have a lot of vibrations. Vibes will dampen with time (after a week of driving I noticed considerably less vibrations - but that was a relative thing - it still rattled like crazy compared to stock). Members have said for the 2.5L the vibes will never go away completely.
4.0L = more vibrations that OEM mounts for sure, but less than with the 2.5L engine polyu version. Vibes will dampen with time - likely never back to stock quality mounts.

Rubber bushings -
2.5L = still going to have vibrations compared to stock (especially until the bushings break in) but apparently not nearly as significant as with the polyu version. Vibes will dampen with time - not completely.
4.0L = more vibrations than OEM mounts (at least initially), but less than with the polyu version. Vibes will dampen with time.

All of the above is based on reading other forum members' experiences (with the exception of the polyu bushing version for the 2.5L).
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So how much more vibration over stock is there on the 4.0 with rubber BD mounts. Vibes drive me crazy as well, to the point I am replacing my UCF skid and lowpro mount with a custom Xmember because I can't stand the "buzz" at idle.
If your idea of "buzz at idle" is more vibrations than stock, I personally would recommend going with a budget MML (the "block" style mounts) and use your stock motor mounts.

Hopefully my breakdown of the different models in my last post helps.

Installing the "block" style MML is the same process as the uni-body MML from Brown Dog/M.O.R.E./etc. KEEP IN MIND WITH THE "BLOCK" STYLE MOUNTS YOU DO NEED TO MODIFY YOUR OEM MOTOR MOUNTS BY CUTTING THE BOTTOM BOLT ON THE MOTOR MOUNTS.
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So how much more vibration over stock is there on the 4.0 with rubber BD mounts. Vibes drive me crazy as well, to the point I am replacing my UCF skid and lowpro mount with a custom Xmember because I can't stand the "buzz" at idle.
i do not notice it over my exhaust note. Nor do I really feel it in the steering wheel. I went with the BD simply because the mileage on my rig and I figured the rubber stock mounts needed to be changed anyways.
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So how much more vibration over stock is there on the 4.0 with rubber BD mounts. Vibes drive me crazy as well, to the point I am replacing my UCF skid and lowpro mount with a custom Xmember because I can't stand the "buzz" at idle.
Almost not noticeable for me. I only noticed the difference when I was sitting at idle trying to feel the extra vibes.

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