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HotRunrGuy

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  1. HotRunrGuy

    Is this a valve knock?

    I see that new Ranger in your future. Very near future,,,,, HRG
  2. The UAW may not care about public perception, but if this 3% number is anywhere accurate, I could see a lot of the general public asking what more do they want? https://www.cnbc.com/2019/09/13/us-automakers-face-union-deadline-heres-what-could-make-uaw-strike-saturday.html HRG
  3. HotRunrGuy

    Howdy

    Ziegler Ford in the Milwaukee area tends to have pretty good prices on the extended warranties. HRG
  4. HotRunrGuy

    It`s Gettin Close

    https://www.freep.com/story/money/cars/general-motors/2019/09/13/uaw-gm-strike-preparation-ford-fca-contract-extended/2311673001/ HRG
  5. HotRunrGuy

    Ordered: 2020 Aviator

    You never know sir, it just might,,,,,, https://www.freep.com/story/money/cars/ford/2019/09/13/ford-2020-explorer-lincoln-aviator-delivery/2292795001/ HRG
  6. HotRunrGuy

    I got your full-size 4-door Bronco right here,,,,,,

    Here's another one; https://bringatrailer.com/2018/04/20/mexican-3-door-1979-ford-b100-carryall/ Funniest thing in the comments; "Mexipedition" HRG
  7. HotRunrGuy

    Chevy Silverado 'Invisible Trailer'!

    Maybe,,,, https://www.tfltruck.com/2019/01/valeo-invisible-trailer-camera-behind-trailer-towing/ HRG
  8. HotRunrGuy

    I got your full-size 4-door Bronco right here,,,,,,

    From what I've just read about the B-100, pretty neat that it had a 3rd door only on the curb-side. HRG
  9. Can't tell you how close I came to buying a Centurion version like this, until Ford finally launched the Expedition. https://cnj.craigslist.org/cto/d/neptune-1990-ford-bronco-f350/6969142387.html HRG
  10. Wonder who the supplier is? HRG Trucks involved in the recall could experience a driveshaft fracture, courtesy of some grease left off during assembly. From the documents: Certain 2020 MY Jeep Gladiator vehicles built from December 15, 2018, through June 25, 2019, may have a rear driveshaft that was assembled without grease in the monoblock joint portion of the driveshaft. [...] A monoblock joint is a constant velocity joint within the center of the driveshaft. A monoblock without grease may overheat and seize, which may result in a fractured rear driveshaft. The documents said a fractured rear driveshaft could separate, potentially leading to a loss of motive power if the truck is in rear-wheel-drive mode, or road debris if the driveshaft completely separates from the truck. Owners, the documents said, could experience a noise or vibration before any fracturing. Documents said FCA noticed the grease error when it received four driveshafts from warranty repairs and sent them to the supplier for analysis around June, and decided to issue the recall in late August. FCA also said it isn’t aware of any injuries or crashes related to the issue, but that it’s had six warranty claims. FCA confirmed, according to the documents, that trucks not included in the recall were found through supplier records to have been built containing grease.
  11. HotRunrGuy

    Ordered: 2020 Aviator

    Agreed, I was just clarifying when the 6-month clock started for him. He never exaggerated the timeframe. Of course, now that he's 3+ months after build, it IS getting a bit ridiculous. HRG
  12. HotRunrGuy

    Ordered: 2020 Aviator

    He never said it was 6 months late, he clearly say's it has been 6 months since it was ordered, and was built on June 10th. HRG
  13. HotRunrGuy

    Ford downgraded by Moodys

    But aren't you comparing 2019 Challenger incentives with 2020 Mustang ones? I'm not seeing the 2020 Challenger pricing & incentives yet. HRG
  14. HotRunrGuy

    Ford downgraded by Moodys

    Hey wait, you might be on to something! Dropping a Mod 6.8 V10 into a 2020 RWD Explorer platform might be worth a look,,,,,, After all, SUV's are just station wagons anyway, for those of us who grew up in the 60's. HRG
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