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Once all the engine-mount-bracket hardware is out, the bracket is removed from the car. Then Mike raised the muffler stand, which both raised and slightly rocked the engine because the engine mount on the driver side was still attached. This gains the maximum amount of working room, which is required to both slip the BBK headers into position and give yourself working room to install the header flange hardware. With all this engine mount and flange hardware, you'll find 1/4-inch-drive tools are a real help; you'll use 13 and 15mm sockets on the flange and mount hardware.