you might try doing a search using the keywords "changing motor mounts". There are a number of interesting threads on this topic, including the following:
Changing Motor Mounts
If you have all the proper tools for SAFELY jacking up and supporting the engine, then it should be a simple job. I think that you will have to look at the motor mount areas on each side, and see how free of obstructions the work areas are. I don't know how your 220 is set up, but you may decide that $80 is inexpensive by the time you disconnect the throttle linkage, radiator hoses, remove any belly pans, buy any necessary jack stands, etc. as recommended in the above thread. On the other hand, you may decide the fun, satisfaction, and any cost savings are worth the time and effort.
Good luck on the project.
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