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The first big task involved yanking the four-cylinder and installing the new motor mounts. The JTR mounts that bolt to the engine are designed to be used with standard 2.8L, V6 engine S10 mounts. Removing the old mounts and bolting in the new ones unfortunately meant we had to remove both lower control arms to access the nuts inside the crossmember. Knell says you can cut a hole in the crossmember, but we chose not to do that.