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Towing Tips

Are you planning on towing a trailer, camper or boat with your vehicle?
Here are some practical, easy to follow tips for traveling safely and comfortably when towing.

2015 Expedition 6<> Don’t tow anything that exceed the maximum weight for which your car or truck is rated and don’t load a trailer beyond it’s rated capacity.

<> Be sure your trailer hitch is rated to handle the weight of your camper or fully loaded trailer. (Hitches that bolt to your frame are the strongest, but even those vary in capacity.)

<> Before pulling out, make sure the hitch coupler is locked and that the trailer’s safety chains are secured to the towing vehicle. Also check your trailer’s lights, including brake lights and turn signals, to make sure they are working.  You also need to make sure the tires are inflated to their proper weight.

<> Secure any load you’re carrying to prevent it from shifting once you are on the road.

<> Make sure your trailer’s load is balanced so that most of the weight is carried by the trailer’s wheels.  If the rear of your towing vehicle sags, there is probably too much weight on the front of the trailer and too little weight on the front wheels of the vehicle, which can make handling difficult. If you can easily lift the tongue of the loaded trailer (the tongue is the part of the trailer that connects to the towing vehicle), the trailer may wander back and forth while traveling. If this is the case you may want to shift more weight to the front. If such ‘yawning’ should occur while driving, don’t slam on the brakes but come to a slow stop and adjust your load.

<> Once you’re on the road, keep a greater-than-normal distance between yourself and the vehicles ahead of you and give yourself more time to come to a complete stop.

<> When cornering, stay as far left as possible when turning right (and vise versa) as well as pulling further into the intersection before starting to turn.

<> When backing up, turn your wheels in the opposite direction that you want the trailer to turn.

<> Allow additional space between you and eh vehicles behind you when changing lanes.

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2016 Shelby GT350 Ford Mustang We have a Build Date!!!

2016 Shelby GT350 Ford Mustang. This vehicles is sheduled to be built the week of December 7th, 2015.
We estimate delivery to us middle January, 2016.  (Delivery is subject to Ford not changing the build date)
Vehicle Color:  Oxford White with “Over the Top” Blue/Black Racing Stripe

The all-new 2016 Shelby GT350 Mustang is a world-class sports car that draws its credentials from it legendary racing roots at Shelby & Ford Performance Racing Team.   This car was not only engineered to complimetn the all-new Ford Mustang design… it was developed to take race track ready, heart pumping performance to a new level.

The 2016 Shelby GT350 features a number of unique body components that are engineered to deliver a balance between down force, drag & cooling. Features are specifically designed to move air in, around and away from the body, the engine compartment, brake rotors and under carriage. These unique to the GT350 components include: aluminum hood w/center vent, widened aluminum front fenders, front & rear facias, front splitter rocker panels & rear valance w/intergrated diffuser.

The all new track-ready brake system feratures fixed calipers on all four wheels with BREMBO 6-piston fixed front calipers, BREMBO 4-piston fixed rear callipers and cross-drilled 2-piece brake rotors 15.5″ front/15.0″ rear.  Top that off with 19″x10.5″ front/19″x11″ ebony black painted aluminum wheels matched with Michelin pilot super sport 295/35 ZR 19 front and 305/35 ZR 19 rear tires.

The heart and soul of the Shelby GT350 is it’s power-plant.  It’s a naturally aspirated 5.2L 4V ti-VCT V8 engines that featurs a flat plane crank shaft that produces 526 hp & 429 ft. lbs!!!  It’s coupled with a 3.73 3160 TREMAC lightweight 6 speed manual transmission.

the 2016 Shelby GT350 is one up on the competition with a track package option that includes: magnetride damping system, integrated driver control (IDC) system, raised deck lid spoiler, aluminum tower to tower brace, engine oil, transmission & differerential coolers and heavy – duty ftont springs.  The Shelby GT350 comes with “Over The Top” racing stripes in blue and a full vehicle cover with Cobra & Shelby logos.
You can check this incredible Mustang out on our Ebay site here:

Introducing the All-New 2015 ROUSH F-150

“ROUSH Performance. On and off the Road”— Jack Roush Jr.      
Introducing the All-New 2015 ROUSH F-150
Coming this fall!!


(This article courtesy of Roush Performance)

ROUSH Performance is a name synonymous with aggressive, well-built, powerful Ford vehicles. But it isn’t just ROUSH Mustangs that we create – meet the all-new 2015 ROUSH F-150. This incredible new addition to the ROUSH lineup takes Ford’s new aluminum-bodied F-150 truck, and enhances it with a host of body components, ROUSH graphics, a ROUSH Side-Exit Exhaust System, and interior components including ROUSH Molded Front and Rear Floor Liners from WeatherTech to keep your carpets clean, and a serialized ROUSH console badge to document the F-150’s ROUSH bloodlines.
Additionally, ROUSH has teamed with FOX to equip the ROUSH F-150 with a 2.0 Performance Series Suspension System featuring Coilovers and Shocks with Boots. ROUSH 20-inch Wheels wrapped in Mickey Thompson® Baja ATZP3 305/55 rubber sit in all four corners, and Locking Lug Nuts with a Key Bag are included.