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Can i use second hand engine mountains and bushins on my 1996 audi a4 or should i just buy them new

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You could use second hand engine mounts but there really is no say on how much longer they are going to last. My recommendation would be to buy new ones so that way there will be no issues for a long time with the mounts again.

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