I learn a LOT from doing my own fixes, mods, repairs, etc.
I learned that it's a LOT cheaper to pay someone to do it for me.
I learned that it's a LOT easier on my knuckles, joints, fingers, head.
I learned that I swear a LOT less.
I learned that I waste a LOT less time.
I've done it. Long trip. No stops, ACC on and the Gator Tonneau installed.
Edit: Oh, I should add that I run high psi on TP. Usually 38. Heck, truck was delivered wirh 45 psi, and after my last dealer service, they bumped it up to 45 psi again. TP must make the biggest mpg improvement.
3 pages of help. What more can be said? I read all kinds of "help" being offered. Some made sense, some not so much.
- Call Insurance. Total truck.
- Speak to Ford Customer Care
- File complaint
- Buy out lease
- Default on payment
- Get parts off assembly line
Bottom line, not much can be...
Thanks. So was this car. You can do some great things with spare parts. This was one of Phil's (P.A. Schilke's) first projects as a young engineer at Ford back in 1979.
Awesome car Phil. Love it in the Metallic Pea Green paint. ;) :crackup: