One the first things I did to my AnetA8 was to cut all the wires coming in and out of the carriage (both fans, heater and its temperature sensor) and solder in apropriate pins and sockets. I've used the simplest ones with exception to heater - high current requires somethiing bigger. I've used something like this: https://www.reichelt.com/de/en/t-type-high-current-plug-socket-hstt-stbu-p207645.html (not an affiliate link)
That kind of setup will be helpful with the motor mount to provide the power without having to provide new wires. Or you can use new wires - it's up to you.
Replacing metal plate
Just unscrew the metal plate from bearings and screw in the printed CarriagePlate.stl with a M3 nut inserted in its hole (near the top).
X-belt holder can be screwed to it as well - all the holes are there.
All other parts are to be pressed from top onto this plate and scewed into place using one M3 screw.
To mount the extruder you'll need an _Extruder Mount Plate_ like this one: https://www.amazon.co.uk/GEEETECH-MK8-Extruder-mount-plate/dp/B06XHPDFP1 (not an affiliate link)
Screw this plate onto printed ExtruderHolderMount.stl and build the extruder on it.
Nema17_fan_holder.stl and a little bit of hot glue or double-sided sticky tape can be used to stick the cooling fan to extruder motor.
Just place the pen between two printed parts and screw in all four M3 screws into the nuts.
Use two M4 screws to secure a 775-Motor in place.
WARNING! Motors shaft with a tool holder on it and some tool might be long enough to collide with the printer itself during Z-Home movement. Watch out for that!