Umm... how do you figure out the forces at play? How much torque and at what angle?
The cv axles should be the center of the torque... 500ft lbs or so.
12" back from that is a solid rubber mount, so you should obviously figure in the compression of that rubber for the torque angle at the front mount.
the front mount is about 20-22" in front of the cv axle centerline, with the mounting face of the transmission directly over the centerline of the subframe attaching bolts.
On the passenger rear is a dogbone type mount so you have to figure in the rotation of the drivetrain forward as that mount loads along with the compression of the rubber in it.
The forward rotation of the drivetrain due to the PR
mount should be minimized due to the design of the torque axis mount.
So, are there some equations I can use to calculate the compression of the rubber and the torque upon the mounts?