There are four upper and four lower motor mounts.
First, the engine mount spacer A90380 must be bolted to the front of the engine.
Next the two rear motor mount brackets A10101, must be secured by six SF708 bolts and lock washers WA7 to each side of the rear of the bell housing.
Now that this hardware is bolted to the block, which is swinging in your cherry picker, we can move to the motor mounts.
Start with the four A10113 uppers in first, putting them in the frame cup-holders. Set the engine down at the rear first, lining up the holes with aligning punches. Place 2 large washers A10104 on top of the front rubber A10113, then lower the engine.
Now for the rear, take two A10103 bolts (shorter) and drop on washer WE10, then lower rubber insulator A10115 or A10116. See NOTE below. Push up from the bottom through the aligned rear mounting holes. Start the castle nut NK8, but do not tighten yet.
NOTE: Rubber insulator A10115 or A10116 must be put on the bolt so the stepped part goes into the frame.
Go to the front with two bolts A10102 (longer), add washer WE10. The next part on is insulator A10115 or A10116. Push up from the bottom through the aligned front mounting holes. Start the castle nut NK8, but do not tighten yet. And see NOTE above.
Begin to tighten all the nuts. When done, add cotter pin PE308 to each.
RESTORATION TIP Prior to engine installation:
- Have the steering column bolted to the frame
- Install clutch and brake pedals and the adjuster C10149, but leave LOOSE on cross shaft C10297.