I've just noticed something a bit odd. As I was sending some Land Rover parts off for blasting and galvanising, I included a few P6 bits by way of experiment (I'll post more about them later). Included were a pair of engine mounts/brackets which look so good I thought I'd fit them to my 2000TC. But when I took the old ones off, they're different. The old ones have a 2 piece sleeve (top hat at bottom, straight at top [EDIT: checking another spare I realise they should have a top hat top and bottom]) at the outer ends where the long bolt goes through the rubber mount. The "new" ones just have a smaller diameter hole with no room for a sleeve. I think these were off a 2.2TC. The hole is larger diameter than the centre of the sleeve so presumably needs a wider bolt. But the odd thing is, the hole through the rubber mount on my 2000TC is also this larger diameter. So the bolt has always been a loose fit. The rubber mounts on my "project" 2000TC are the same, suggesting they're supposed to be like this. Can that be right? And more to the point, if I want to use my shiney "new" mounts, do I use the old bolts which will be loose top and bottom, or ones that fits properly and aren't loose anywhere? (I can't remember which bolts I removed from the 2.2TC with these mounts). EDIT: I've just found a 3rd mount with the smaller hole, but I've only ever had one 2.2 so that theory's looking unlikely.