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Old 04-16-2011, 03:35 PM   #1
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1994 SL2
Default My next engine project

okies i got enough money to start a new project of fixing
something on my sl2

Since my engine moves like a foot forward
i decided to start with the mounts then my
valve cover gasket

Iam trying to choose which mount to buy
either DEA engine mount or Westar engine mount?
(for the top mount)

and since my engine moves alot should i replace the
bottom one too? not sure where it is or how many i
should replace though...

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