When I put the 3.2 in my "new" 92, I was very motivated to use the single belt accessory drive from the 3.2, because I just hate the 2-belt system on the 3.0. Inspired by some previous posts, I came up with an easy custom front motor mount, that virtually anyone can do. (As you may know, you can use the standard rear atx mount in the mtx application by simply rotating it 180* so it offsets the opposite direction. This is not perfect, as the steering rack bellows contacts it some, but it is fully functional.) I started with the right rear mount from a 2000 Taurus with a 3.0 Vulcan. This mount bolts through the subframe just like we would expect. Then, I took a couple of pieces of 2x2x3/16" angle and made them fit on the engine at the same location as the atx motor mount. Notice how I trimmed them so that the width is the same as the mount. Then I fashioned a couple of pieces of 2x3/16" strap on the outsides of the angles to connect to the mount. Since I don't have a welder, I did this all with bolted connections, but it would be more robust if the angles were welded together and the straps were welded to the angles. This design is simple, easy to construct, and uses way less space than the stock motor mounts. I have noticed that I get some chattering in reverse, so I should add the little shock to the system to dampen out that, but it works perfectly in all forward gears and with all throttle settings. The engine is held securely, but is not solidly mounted, so vibration in the cabin is very much like stock.