So a few days ago, I decided to fill my front stabilizer mounts with polyurethane. The quest was on to find something local that I could use. I tried finding 3M Window Weld, but it isn't a German product, and I didn't feel like waiting to order it. So I looked at probably a hundred brands of silicons till I found a poly based glue called Uniflex. Silicons are too soft, you need a poly based filling. This stuff is great. I have seen a few where you have to mix it yourself, but this comes ready to use in a calking tube... Anyway, the first step is to use some acetone, and clean you mounts thourghly... Next, preferably the next day, tape off one side, and the top of the mount to form the "mold"... Once you have made sure nothing is going to seep out, start filling.... This is what the end product should resemble. You can use a piece of ice to smooth it out if you like, I didn't care, since it is under the car anyway, but I did shot them with some flat black to minimize future rust. It takes about four days for the stuff to completely cure, it does so at a rate of 3mm per 24 hours. Also, when they are done curing, take a razor to the top part where it sits on the frame. On the frame there is a extruding piece that needs to be accomodated to get a flush seating of the mount. Now to install them (I didn't have my camera) you just jack up the front so you can get to the bolts. On the driver side, there are four holding the bracket on, and a 17mm holding the mount on. You should be able to get if off by just removing three, and loosening one, so you can turn the bracket. Same with the other side, just three bolts holding the bracket, and one 20mm holding the mount. Doing it from the top is a pain, from the bottom just take off the splash guard, and you can reach them all easy. After doing this, vibration will be increased...a lot, not untolerable though. But the benefits are tremendous, shifting is a LOT smoother as the motor is more stable, and the ride just feels a 100 times better. Wouldn't think that something so small would impact so much, but it does.