This video is why I eventually bought a 350. I lost track of the number of times I watched it and occasionally still show it to people when they ask what's special about a 350. Some folks may not have seen it so thanks for posting it up again.
I felt it was important to replace before something failed and sent FOD through the system.
-Motorcraft Compressor from RockAuto $350
-Compressor bolts from Blue Springs Ford
-AC compressor o-ring and gasket.
-AC belt, because I cut the old one off.
-The “Essentials” thread that is...
I did this.
I ordered a new compressor and all other required items fromRockAuto and did it myself. I used a local performance shop to evacuate the system then I used my own vacuum pump to purge and charge the system after. I know it’s done right. High revs have a cost I guess. Mine is a 2020...
RockAuto has them.
Just to add to what others have said: I spent a weekend driving scenic roads in the Ozarks and was able to over-drive the Z26s. They are great as long as you don't do any prolonged spirited driving/ track use. The Stock pads are fantastic for that so if you're just using it...
Just a heads up; 14,600 miles and the thermostat failed. I ordered a new thermostat from a Ford Dealer and upon examination the two are different. Verified the part number on the Motorcraft bag (BR3Z-8575-G) so I installed it with a new gasket. Works like a charm. I forgot to take a picture of...
Nope, square setup is great.
I posted some pics and info in this thread.
Use the search feature and you’ll find many threads about tires with lots of different opinions. Almost can’t go wrong, just do the research.
What equipment do you use when you do your alignments? I'm trying to look into doing my own and I think you probably have a better handle on it than most people.
(please don't say you have a Hunter rig hidden in your garage...)