All the new mounts I bought off Amazon.com and they all appear to be good quality.
Step 1: Removing the Mounts As Per Honda Instructions.
The civic I own has 5 mounts. I attached pages from the civic manual to show removal and torque values.
I decided to start with the upper engine mount first.
Step 2: The Upper Engine Mount.
I applied power lube on all bolts for this job.
The upper bracket I removed using a 17mm socket. The 14mm bolts holding the mount I also took out.
You can see the old and new mounts. Putting the new mount in had an odd issue. The power steering reservoir bracket prevented the new mount from lining up with the chassis holes. I removed one 10mm bolt from the bracket and pivoted it away from the mount.
The upper bracket went back on and proper torque was applied.
Step 3: The Transmission Mount.
This mount was the easiest to replace and took about 20 minutes.
Step 4: The Rear Mount.
The easiest way to install the new mount is to put the long bolt back in then install the 3 small bolts. I used a screwdriver to help align the chassis holes after the long bolt was screwed in.
Torque was applied after all the bolts were snug.
Step 5: The Lower Right Mount.
Old and new comparison again. Installing the new was the reverse of removal.
Step 6: The Lower Left Mount.
Putting the bolt back into the engine, I tightened it as tight as I could. I don't want it coming out the next time I loosen the mount holding nut. Once the bolt was in place it is impossible to slip the new mount onto it. There is a flange of sub frame metal blocking the mount. Why did honda design the car like this? A trick to get the clearance needed is to loosen the engine mount right above. Just loosen the 2 nuts on the upper bracket to allow the engine to drop 1.5 inch lower.
Once the mount was installed the two bolts and holding nut was torqued.
Now the car vibrates far less and I'm quite happy with the installation!