Would you put this in your car?
I suspect my bodge of putting a rear engine mount in the front mount hole is not working so well - the engine lumps forward when you come off the power & the mount sometimes taps the chassis leg going over large speed humps.
So I'm thinking of changing it.
(one advantage of using the rear mount at the front is that even if the rubber separates from the metal, the engine shouldn't really go anywhere, unlike the front mount, which tears allowing the engine to move)
When I got the leather seats for my car, I also got a 2nd hand front engine mount.
As you can see the 2nd hand one is a bit rough. The rubber on top looks OK with some minor cracking at the centre, & although the body's rusty I think it's still solid. My concern is the bottom cap - does it do anything other than protect the bottom rubber diaphragm?
If so, I can probably get away without.
On the upside, I've already got it, it won't cost anything & it's an original fitting.
On the downside, it might not last very long
My days of not taking you seriously are definitely coming to a middle