First time I hear about supporting the J-Series to remove the pan.. You are probably seeing a FSM but in real life you don´t have to do any of that.
Where did you get you have to support the engine to do the T-Belt job??? Because you remove the side engine mount? That mount is designed to control AXIAL movement not Radial Movement like the primary engine mounts.. That mount does not support the weight of the engine.. So there is no reason to support the engine at all. That is also true for the oil pan and engine oil pump replacement.
That is probably more likely of a legal issue with the Technician doing the work as opposed to be actually of any use for the procedure..
Once you are working it you will know why there is no use for an engine support hanger.. The Engine has absolutely no play once you remove the side engine mount because the main engine mounts are what holds 100% of the engine weight.
you might be the only case ive ever heard of who wants to go through the hassle of replacing the OIL pump and all timing belt service components but wants to skip the WATER pump. just do it man, it involves 2% more work maybe? you really might be a troll lol
If you are reusing ur current pump you will need the front main seal, the pickup tube seal, the oil filter foot seal, the seal for the main oil galley feed. You will also need the coolant crossover pipe seal for the water pump if you do that. The exhaust seals are meh, do them if you want. Just my opinion.
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yes the only one not pictured is the filter foot seal and the coolant crossover tube seal. fun fact, the front main seal on almost every engine will be the one on the crank pulley side, as this is the "front" of the engine if it were mounted longitudinally, also, this is the number 1 main journal/bore.
yes thats it
coolant crossover seal is #17 here: