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Give it a bit more time dude before putting your endorsement on aftermarket engine mounts. It's been shown on here time and time again they do.not last anywhere near as well as the genuine ones.
 

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Give it a bit more time dude before putting your endorsement on aftermarket engine mounts. It's been shown on here time and time again they do.not last anywhere near as well as the genuine ones.
Sorry I thought a few months was long enough. I can remove the post if you believe it is too early.
 

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Sorry I thought a few months was long enough. I can remove the post if you believe it is too early.
No didn't really mean that but just keep an eye on them. If I recall several different people have tried them, in one brand or another, and most have been lucky to get 12 months out of them. Especially the passenger side which cops most of the torque twist.

The common tested consensus is factory bushes and factory engine/gearbox mounts. Unless you have a ton of power and need the fabricated mounts.

Unless have completely stock power and only drive on bitumen very gently, history is not on your side.
 

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Didn't last a month in mine, on the drivers side that is. I have a race bred unbreakable on the passenger side though.

Replaced the the drivers side with OEM again. Can't cheap out on engine mounts in my opinion
 

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Thanks for your responses. Guess I will just see how I go with my luck. I will keep this thread updated.
 

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I went the superior engineering engine mounts on both sides.
Do create bit more vibration at lower idle.
But have been well tested on bigger Killerwasp engines and not too bad price wise.

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