I have a question about my '96 Neon with the 2.0 litre DOHC. I just finished re-building the entire top end of the engine, complete with new timing belt, water pump, head, valves, etc. I also replaced the torque damper (rear engine mount.) While the engine is running flawlessly now, it used to leak oil out of the back of the head near #s 3 and 4, just where just about all of them leaked. This resulted in spilling oil on top of the torque damper, rendering the rubber bushing (which sits under the mounting nut/washer) complete rubber mush. The new, true OEM Mopar replacement only came with the mounting nut and nothing else. My question to the forum is, where can I find this rubber bushing? For now, just to get the thing mounted, I stuck a couple of shock mount bushings below and on top of the TOP mounting bracket, torqued the nut down, and done. The problem is, this has seemingly caused a perfect coupling if you will, between the engine and the body, causing all of the engine vibrations to be transferred to the body. As you can imagine, it is now a pretty loud ride. Does anyone have any suggestions? I have not found a single parts store or outlet that carries a, "torque rod/damper busing kit" anywhere. If I need to fabricate something, (which I'm willing and able to do), what kind of rubber/bushing should I use in order to absorb the excess vibration and make a good, isolated coupling? Thank you in advance for your help!