Reproduction Side Engine Mount Mounting Bracket Included Fits Automatic Or Manual Transmissions Sold Individually (2 Required Per Car) The motor mounts in your 1955, 1956, or 1957 Chevy 150, 210, Bel Air, or Nomad will need to be replaced after approximately every 50,000 miles, or if they become soaked from fluids like oil several times. From excessive use and abuse, the mounts get weak and will not secure your engine properly. The rubber in the original mounts can degrade and cause splits, eventually leading to failure. Also, when accelerating or decelerating, if you feel or hear a loud noise from under your car, you should check for signs of fan to shroud contact on your radiator core or fan shroud. If you indeed have this fan impact, you can be sure that your motor mount is broken. The motor mounts on your Tri-5 Chevy are crucial for reducing vibration and extending the life of your engine and its components. If your mounts break or grow weak, it can be dangerous since this can allow the engine to shift, possibly sticking the accelerator in a full throttle position or causing the engine to push the fan into the radiator or fan shroud. sengine. Fitting either the driver?s or passenger?s side, this mount is sold individually and includes the mounting bracket for easy installation. This will help to reduce any wheel hop or traction loss. This ?safety? mount has a reinforced tab on the end that will catch the motor mount in the case that the rubber fails. Don?t wait to stay safe and comfortable in your Tri-Five.