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Wondering if anyone has an OEM front "Splitter" (Spoiler) that they may have replaced with carbon fiber. Mine is beat up with parking too close to concrete curb's .
We just saw that we have some damage to our 2010 Shelby GT500 front passenger side OEM wheel/rim. Anyone have one to sell or repair options? Ford wants $1200. There has to be one out there that someone took off and has sitting in their garage. 19" wheel is what we have. click here for the photos of the damage http://www.roostertails.net/jstock.htm
Does anyone know or can you point me in the right direction to find out the OEM tires that cam on my 2008 Shelby GT? I'm putting new wheels on and want to go back with the original equipment tires. The dealership I purchased the car from put cheap tires on to get it sold.
Howdy. I need to replace the original Motorcraft BXT-96R battery in my '08 SGT and would like to know what you guys/girls did. I'd say the original lasted about 4 yrs sitting a lot (12k miles on it) without being trickle-charged, but prefer to go with a different brand. There seems to be good & bad feedback on the Optimas, but looks like mostly good. In that case, yellow top is better for me, but what concerns me there is the extra height. The original Motorcraft is 6 3/4" to the very top, the yellow top D35 is said to be 7 5/8-7 11/16" high, so getting pretty close to the hood there. Anybody put this battery in their engine compartment? I'd rather not reroute to trunk. It would be nice to hear what you did/bought, & where you bought. And it would be nice to know if you have any trick to measure the allowable height in the tray, from tray bottom to the inside of the hood when it's closed. I closed the hood onto an open tape measure that had 9" sticking up & was pushed down by the hood when closed, but I don't feel I can trust that much. Sure I can come up with something with more time. Point is I'm trying to figure out how high I can go with the replacement battery. Thanks.