SIX CYLINDER STOCK HEIGHT MOUNTS
When you order these, please indicate year and model in comments section. That way I can give you the correct AMC or Chrysler spec mounts
-Wrangler YJ : 1987-1995
-Comanche MJ : 1986-1992 4WD
-Cherokee XJ : 1984-2001 4WD
-Wrangler TJ : 1997-2003
-Engine : 6-Cyl (4.0L)
-Bracket Opening : 3.25"
-Engine Position : Stock
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These motor mounts are stock height and bolt directly on the original base found on Jeep YJ, TJ, XJ & MJ 4x4s, but that's where the similarity to stock mounts ends.
The Brown Dog demands over-engineering, because it can be a long, long walk to civilization out here in the desert. We believe our mounts are the strongest on the market. We use a full two and a half inch plate steel, double welded joints to provide the most strength possible, while retaining some vibration dampening. 20-Ton crush tests have never shown a structural failure of any kind.
This mount is the last mount you'll ever need. If the bushings wear out you can buy replacements from us, but the mount will go on and on. The Brown Dog gives you his word.
Depending on your Jeep, you may need to replace your engine mount brackets to upgrade to high performance mounts. Measure the opening of the bracket where the motor mount is inserted. The ideal opening is 3 1/4 inches. If it is 2 3/4 inches, we are developing a solution for your AMC YJ. Larger openings can be shimmed (follow directions included with mounts). Most Chrysler YJ mounts that are narrow can be slightly ground to fit (instructions included).
The Brown Dog Promise.
Brown Dog products are designed for high performance applications and off highway use. No one can predict the forces a vehicle will encounter in extreme conditions that are beyond the vehicle's original design parameters. We feel that our products will continue to perform as designed when other products would break. We will replace any product that fails due to a defect in assembly (broken weld). We cannot be responsible for forces so extreme that the integrity of plate or tubular steel becomes compromised. But if you manage to do that, we certainly want to see a picture of it.
Hey, we go out and do the same stuff you do, and we try to break it, but we don't hold others responsible for the results of our strange behavior. Have fun, be safe.