I know where the sheer load is, I've had several of these out.
Worked with trucks, loaders, dozers and on N&S railroad cars
for around 40 yrs. I know a little about pins and bolts breaking.
Yes it is far fetched, an airplane could crash on top of you when
jacking it up, but it's not happening...
NO way! You could say it's not a good idea for many reasons, it may damage
the cover, it may bend a bracket, it may damage bushing or whatever [ not that
I think it would ], but I could go with it. But to say jacking up rear of car would
bend or shear them 4 bolts, sorry I have to call foul...
The way I do test drives is if it's a newer vehicle with no issues. I'm going with you, and
you want it and have the money with you before we leave, and if there's nothing wrong
with the car you're paying me when we get back. They are not driving it just to see if they
like a GT 350 or not. They...
Tom I've been trying to keep up with all of this, the thing I know lest about is anything to do with
a computer. lol
So do I have this right, on my 19 GT350 if I call and cancel my Ford Pass and pull fuse # 10
should take of it sending info back to Ford? Or is it not that simple.