I use Rock Auto all the time for reference but I've never purchased anything from them. A friend has, and he was happy with everything. Remember that you won't have anyone behind the parts counter to ask if you have questions.
There will be mounts on the sides that can allow that end to sag if the rubber tears. There's usually one or two in the middle, front and / or rear that limits how much the engine can rock. Some movement is normal. Excessive movement can cause an exhaust leak, binding shifter cable, and engine pulleys rubbing on covers and brackets.
Best is to inspect the mounts for signs of torn rubber, but often that's hard to do. You can also rock the car back and forth while it's in "park" to see how much movement takes place. If you hear banging, rubbing, or squeaking of the spring-loaded exhaust gasket, there's too much movement.
Saturday, January 24th, 2015 AT 11:37 PM