I put new motor mounts in my falcon a little over a month ago because my old ones had sagged, and were torn. This was causing two issues, the motor could rock under load, which then caused the clutch linkage to pop off of the pivot located on the block, and the shifter linkage was now out of alignment and made it hard to shift into 3rd. My car is a straight 6 car with a factory 3 speed column shift on it. The motor in question is a later model 200 C.I.D. out of a fairlane, but is built stock. The new mounts I purchased are already shot. I do not drive the car excessively hard, and its not like we are talking about thousands of horse power either. I had this same problem with the exact same set of mounts in a comet I had a few years back, neither set lasted much longer than a month. Any ideas what I could do to help fix this? Putting mounts in my car once a month is not much of an option, and I'm not sure if buying them somewhere else will make much difference, as they are all probably from the same manufacturer. I considered using a chain on the motor to keep it from rocking and tearing the mounts, but I really think that I would just be putting a bandaid on the issue, not fixing it.