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I am replacing the tranny mount and I cant seem to get all the bolts to line up between the mount bolts (on the skid plate side) to line up with the holes at the same time as the skid plate bolts itself. What is the proper position for the mount? should the mount fit squarely under the tranny? or should it be off to the passengers side a little and the stabilizer bolt makes up the difference? When I took it off it was off center...but I dont think it was on correctly. Haynes nor Chilton cover this mount.

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Thats the way it was when I took it off...the mount was off to the passenger side. In fact, only one bolt was actually through the mount and in the tranny, the one farthest to the passenger side was bolted through the mount to the adapter with a nut on top. Is this right? makes it look like the mount is only half under the tranny.

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I have a T-150...guess I will bolt it back up that way. One more question...on your Jeep, how close is the passenger side of the mount bracket to the transfercase yoke and all. When I offset the mount to that side, it just looks awful close to that front u joint on the T case. Doesn't touch, but must be within 1/4 inch or so. Thanks for the help!

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