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Motor mount bracket attached to engine looks like a spacer broke and cant find a name or replacement

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    yadayada Sep 12, 2010

    the motor mount is all one piece, so all u need is a new mount, replace both mounts together, use GM parts, the aftermarket mounts are inferior quality

  • silvereagle3 Sep 12, 2010

    the motor mount sets on fender wheel which is connected to two brackets to secure to engine

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The motor mount really has no specific name other than motor mount. Its the location of the mount that determines the part that you need. Just call and parts store and tell them the location of the mount and they will usually be able to match something up for you.

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