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09-26-2005 03:32 PM
1BLKJP
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I am going to be making my own motor mount lift spacers for my TJ. If anyone has a spare motor mount, (stock or 1"), I am looking for the accurate length and width of the base. Thanks.
I think I still have my stock motor mounts in the garage. I will check it out tonight and get back with you on the measurements.
09-26-2005 02:07 PM
jeepthis
Measurements of a TJ 6 cyl motor mount

I am going to be making my own motor mount lift spacers for my TJ. If anyone has a spare motor mount, (stock or 1"), I am looking for the accurate length and width of the base. Thanks.

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