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Rubber frame mount is broken in the frontend what is it called so i can order part

I heard a noise when i go over bumps.so i took tire of and saw the problem. a rubber thing was torn up .it is under a bolt and mounts to the body.what is this called?

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Can you give more details about where this is located? and what it looks like? was it under the car, in the wheel well, in front of the tire, behind the tire, touching the spindle(where the axle meets the wheel)?

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