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Old 09-20-2012, 08:35 AM   #21
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RE: Are these correct? You mention the pass. side being a donut. That is the cheap way to go and as I recall requires re-use of the OE aluminium mount, scrape off and remove your old rubber and mount the donut. My suggestion is, if you plan to keep the car and it is in good condition you will be better served purchasing an OE part. Shop for it like anything else. You may want to purchase the pass side first, install and see if that solves your problem as word is it is the one that fails first. There are some excellent Youtube videos on how to do it.
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