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Over time the rubber of a Toyota truck stock engine mount becomes weak and brittle. Combine this with the heavy torque loads produced by your engine and transfer case when off-roading and your stock mount will fail. To eliminate this problem 4x I. engineered this beautiful creation.
From the bottom up it was clear a small bushing just wouldn’t do, so a monster 2-inch Energy Suspension round bushing was selected to dampen engine vibrations. In order to squeeze this bushing between things like radiator hoses, your alternator, A/C pump, and more a whole new bracket had to be engineered. Over a year in the making the new brackets replace everything between your stock frame and engine block. Kits are currently available as complete bolt-in sets.
Super-Duty Engine Mounts are available for any truck with a 22R series (22R, 22R-E, 22R-ET) engine for $175 ready to bolt in.Toyota Engine Mounts, bolt in or weld in sets!
 

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Hmmm, well if this helps, the 22R(E) and the 3RZ use the same rubber mount that connects the frame to the steel bracket that connects to the engine. Really and truly, you'll just need a driver and passenger side engine bracket to make a jig.
 

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Hmmmm.... These look like they would work perfectly for my 1UZ swap. Can you post up the specific measurements of both brackets?
 

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Sorry but any measurements on these are both highly complex and proprietary. Even giving you dimensions there is really no way to know if they'll work with out putting them in place because of the complex angles and geometry.
 
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