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I think I found a time to use this ....

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Yeah, I should have mentioned it was the Nth change.

Although if you knew my father you might assume the worst.

He passed away recently and I sold his Murano on-line because I might feel guilty selling to a human knowing my father's philosophy about maintenance. Kelly Blue Book actually had the highest offer but they send you to a dealer to complete the transaction. Their Volvo dealer couldn't understand ownership by a trust or how to be sure I was the trustee, so I walked next door to a Ford dealer and they matched the price and knew how to complete the transaction. Anyway.............. that was last month and the oil change reminder sticker on the windshield was for 2018. I left it on so have no guilt. They didn't seem to care.
 

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I like that strut tower brace plaque, is that standard ? It’s different than the other Ford Performance plaques I have seen :

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Yeah...I haven't seen that one either. Maybe a 2020 thing?

I have a FP GT350R and it has the same plaque as yours. My lettering is messed up tho.

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Ford quality lol
 

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My goal is to hit 100k by November of this year 😂 Without any major problems of course and maybe, just maybe have the clutch last another 36,600 miles maybe? I'm at 63,400 now.
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I'm coming up the one year anniversary of ownership and will probably be around 16,000mi. Yeah you crazy.
 

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Powder coated my locking nuts and fitted.



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Powder coated my locking nuts and fitted.



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I like that Idea :like:

I am currently running with little rubber covers :

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but I might switch to your idea next time I have some powder work done.

WD :like:
 

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I'm a little nuts yes. 100k will probably be by March 2022
I mean yeah, these things are meant to have their (lug) nuts driven off of them... I'm not too far from 30,000 miles in just 19 months...
I hope you're not looking at replacing clutch after 100k, that would suck.

I've also noticed my wife is really starting to prefer the Bullitt for longer trips as opposed to her F150 (relatively good mileage of mid-to upper 20s on the Bullitt helps)...

I gotta ask her how she likes the Steeda clutch spring with her fancy shoes. :D I do like it tho...
 

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I mean yeah, these things are meant to have their (lug) nuts driven off of them... I'm not too far from 30,000 miles in just 19 months...
I hope you're not looking at replacing clutch after 100k, that would suck.

I've also noticed my wife is really starting to prefer the Bullitt for longer trips as opposed to her F150 (relatively good mileage of mid-to upper 20s on the Bullitt helps)...

I gotta ask her how she likes the Steeda clutch spring with her fancy shoes. :D I do like it tho...
I'm just joking :) I'm sure I'll have to replace it soon. But great to hear that your wife enjoys it too.
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