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Old 01-12-2019, 11:13 PM   #1
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Default TAM #21011170 question.

The only part number I'd ever heard of was #21012185 which has been discontinued. Someone is selling, online, a Saturn TAM with this #21011170. What is this and who manufactures it? Is it an older revision design? Seller wants a whole lot of money.

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Old 01-12-2019, 11:48 PM   #2
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Default Re: TAM #21011170 question.

One is the OEM frowny design, the other the OEM solid.
No truly new OEM engine mount exists, they're all 5+ years old as they haven't been produced in at least that long.

'92-'95ish got the solid design, '95ish-'97ish got the frowny design, '98ish-'02 got the solid design again. '91 got a unique engine mount.

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Old 01-13-2019, 11:18 PM   #3
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Default Re: TAM #21011170 question.

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One is the OEM frowny design, the other the OEM solid.
No truly new OEM engine mount exists, they're all 5+ years old as they haven't been produced in at least that long.

'92-'95ish got the solid design, '95ish-'97ish got the frowny design, '98ish-'02 got the solid design again. '91 got a unique engine mount.
1991 was the "invisible" TAM mount, as the head wasn't cast for the mounting studs and the upper mount wasn't added, until 1992, due to the complaints about NVH levels.

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Old 01-14-2019, 10:08 AM   #4
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Default Re: TAM #21011170 question.

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The only part number I'd ever heard of was #21012185 which has been discontinued. Someone is selling, online, a Saturn TAM with this #21011170. What is this and who manufactures it? Is it an older revision design? Seller wants a whole lot of money.
With the exception of the 91 model year the OEM mount was sold under the same part number (21012185) in both frownie and solid designs however I see what you mean in the eBay ad for a used 1997 engine mount.
https://www.ebay.com/itm/1997-SATURN...-/113402800395
The tag says it is from a 2001 S Series and that part number shows as raised lettering in the rubber of the mount. The 210 prefix does seem to indicate an OEM part. It has been mentioned in posts before on this site >> '98 SW2 upper engine mount numbers



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