I know that my motor-plate is not exactly traditional, but it fits what I plan to do with my truck and where it will be going in the future. It's a 1/4" thick aluminum plate mounted to the frame using 1/8" angle stock that I had in my garage. I'm also using using some rubber shackle seals between the steel and aluminum at each bolt to reduce vibration and account for the fact that steel and aluminum don't generally get along when mounted together. My question is: Will the 1/8" angle be enough, or should I remake the mounts in 3/16" or 1/4". I made the mounts so that the one in front of the plate bolted to the one in the rear of the plate, but the pics will probably do a better job of explaining. Eric Ignore the fasteners, only being used for mock-up. They will be grade 8 when final assembled.