they work great and allows people to retain the stock motor mounts. find one with a shock absorber on it. if you already have solid mounts or even polyurethane, then i wouldnt bother with it though unless you plan on reinstalling the stock mounts
i have mine on the driver side mounted to the top on the sway bar bushing mount. it bolts directly to my driver side head. i have a tubular k member and im not running a sway bar just using the sway bar mount.
i have one similar to this
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