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Old 06-12-2018, 12:34 PM   #1
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Default Dog bone motor mount correct way to insert?

Just replaced the dog bone motor mount under the battery box but just noticed no two side is the same. One side has more rubber protruding out of one side then the other as you can see in the photo. I ended up putting that part towards the engine bay fender. Let me know if I put on the mount on correctly





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Old 06-12-2018, 12:48 PM   #2
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Look on the part between the 2 ends, one side is marked as the top side, usually in what screened on print. If that is aftermarket it will not make any difference.

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Old 06-12-2018, 07:39 PM   #3
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Default Re: Dog bone motor mount correct way to insert?

Ya itís aftermarket. Power torque not a bad motor mount all around . Is there suppose to be marking on these motor mount?

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The OEM dogbones are marked but the aftermarket are not and it does not make any difference.

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Years ago, not long after I bought the car, I replaced my dogbones with the ones that are supposed to never need replacement and glad I did now. Never thought I'd have the car this long and they are still great. Only one I have to be concerned about in the future is the main motor mount. I have an old, used one on standby, for when the one on board finally goes. Too bad they don't offer a million mile, synthetic one of those.

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For the Dog Bone Mount under the Battery, which brand is the best to get??

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