I purchased 2 stepper motor dampeners to aid in silencing my Anet A8. Since the dampeners only use 2 mounting holes that are at a diagonal from one another, the original design was only being supported by one bolt. This caused some wobbling and inconsistencies when homing the Z-axis.
This rework allows for the use of two bolts at a diagonal to hold up the endstop trigger. It can also freely be used without the motor dampeners as the stock Anet is made as well. Note that the length of the bolts you use must be enough to screw into the dampener, BUT not long enough to reach the threads of the motor. I found that 22-24mm bolts worked well for me when adding this endstop trigger.
If you need a solution to the Y axis stepper motor hitting the Y carriage after installing a motor dampener, check out my other mount:
Nema 17 Stepper Motor Dampener: https://tinyurl.com/yalhohrr