lhlvava at tampabay.rr.com
Mon Feb 16 18:39:46 CST 2004
Bill, I don't know if he's completely blown the other(opposite) mount or
not. Only way to tell is to physically check it out.
>From when I was doing research on mounts, way back when, and my
experience(no laughing from the "old timers"), you should always replace
mounts in pairs, i.e. change both torque mounts at the same time, change the
passenger and drivers mounts at the same time. Balance, you don't want a new
part to allow an old part to overwork, imo.
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