Hello, I have a 1966 CJ5 with the Dauntless V6, T86 transmission and Dana 18 transfer case. I have had to replace my frame because the old one was so rotten. I found a M38A1 frame to replace it with. This frame is set up for the F134 engine. So I cut the motor mount perches off the original frame and will use them on the F134 frame when I can figure out where they need to be located. Herein lies the difficulty. I can see where the crossmember for the transmission was mounted on the new frame. I assume it also had a T86 transmission and Dana 18 transfer case, and the I would be correct putting the crossmember back where it was on the military frame. I even saved the piece of wood that spaces the passenger side end of the crossmember down! The transmission mount was to dilapidated on my Jeep that I have no real idea what it used to look like. The military frame didn't have a crossmember on it. I have ordered the rubber insulator for the transmission mount, and the snubber for the transfer case. But I really do need a very detailed illustration of what the transmission mount should look like. I need to make sure I have everything I should have installed between the crossmember and the transmission. That way I can be sure the transmission and transfer case are in the right location, and I can then determine exactly where the engine perches go on the frame, and I can weld them in. Can anyone help with the detailed illustration of what is supposed to go between the transmission and crossmember? Maybe an exploded view? Pictures? Anything that would show me what belongs there? Thanks for any information you might have! Looking forward to heading the Jeep back to being solid and complete.