I have seen three  separate sets of early motor mounts torn where the rubber attaches to the metal. They may appear more reliable than the liquid-filled mounts, but are subject to failure like any other part on the car.flubyux2 said:thats fine and dandy, but the square mounts are far superior to the round mounts and i have yet to see one break. itd be easier if you took your mounts to a welder and have him weld the upper shell to the lower half with a 1/2" piece of flat steel and spend 10 bucks... then youll have instant solid mounts.
Shi+, I was actually going to try the semi-solid before going back to OEM. Thnx for saving me the extra work.Mike 92LX said:Agreed. My semi solid ones suck. I would rather replace mounts yearly than put up with the vibrations.