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Yes if you have to and sometimes that is the case but it should not be designed.

1. If vibration indicate problems like resonance in original mounting you may need to do it if you have to and are lucky to have a wall there that is good enough and that is uncommon these days.

2. Normally a flange mount should be designed to work properly and again, not by design, if vibration- resonance require you to do it then it is worth trying.
I have seen designs with both a flange mount and a shelf with feet mount at the same time and I don't like that at all, should be avoided in my book.

Generally if you need to attach support to the motor, select positions that in some way are made to carry load like major bolts, remaining unused feet mounts etc. and use common sense. Only my 1 SEK.

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