I’d say Ford are in a better position to weather the storm and once vaccines are distributed and confidence returns have killer models. Mach-e Bronco, new F150 all look good for 2022 sales and should refill the coffers imo.
Europe is a different story tho.
Spacers are fine as long as you get well made hubcentric ones spec to ford trq ratings and check them often to ensure they are tight.
will you need them? No if you are planing to just go to 265/70/17 on OEM but if you want to go bigger id personally get better offset lighter wheels, you don’t...
I’ve been avoiding this thread for a long time and sure enough as I suspected I overpaid. Happy y’all got some killer deals tho!
XLT Supercrew 2wd
Ford bed liner
for the truck alone out the door price:
I added a longer warranty and Gap and...
Might have been hiding in the truck a week, I wonder if it sneaked in the door or something at one point? Crazy.
here is a good video for Helping preventing or getting rid of these guys around our vehicles:
They are possibly the worst OEM tires I’ve ever had. Not very confidence inspiring in the wet and ice is something you will want to avoid. Not sure on others but they seem to be wearing pretty fast too
After the raging fires in CA before I moved I pulled the Cabin filter out and it was grim. From now on I’m replacing it every year. Fancy Charcoal or not as long as it’s fresh I don’t care, I know its helping.
Since 2015 I have owned 2 S550 Coyote mustangs a Ford Fiesta and the Ranger and non of them gave me any hassle. I’ve traditionally been a Euro guy but I’ve had no issues so I have to concede that they have been better than any BMW or VW product I’ve owned.
Nevertheless I am sorry u have had...
I’ve had the oil life thing in my last 4 Ford’s and 2 things it goes extreme on: stop signs & quick pulls from lights in cities and when it’s been sat awhile (left my Mustang in a airport car park for two months this year with COVID and it must have a counter that increases over time when not...