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They did at one time not long ago but I can't guarantee it for sure now. They may have been the middle-man and had Delphi make them.
You ever get new mounts for the T?
 

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AC Delco is not the same as GM is not the same as Delphi. They sell many OEM and Non-OEM rebranded (good and not so good) parts.
 

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Is this a problem, or just a worry? Install the part and go your merry way.
I did and they work great. But they were freaking expensive from Toyota. The consensus seems to be that nobody makes an aftermarket mount that is worth a crap. It just amazes me that such a simple part is not able to be made by aftermarket manufacturers. They get the steel part right, how hard is it to use the correct elastomer?
 

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There are many different formulations (base product, additives, cold and hot functionality, longevity, elasticity, weight bearing capacity, hardnesses etc etc) of elastomers!
 

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I did and they work great. But they were freaking expensive from Toyota. The consensus seems to be that nobody makes an aftermarket mount that is worth a crap. It just amazes me that such a simple part is not able to be made by aftermarket manufacturers. They get the steel part right, how hard is it to use the correct elastomer?
I used beck arnley for front mount and it wasn't good. I used anchor as a replacement and it's actually really good for the front. My rear is Toyota. The others are Beck arnley.
 
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