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Terrific! Thank you gentlemen!(Ed McMahon voice) You are correct, sir.
If I recall correctly, I believe these are F107N, which I think is M12-1.75, but verify this for your application before ordering, because I ordered several different sizes for different vehicles.
M12 X 1.75. I got Stahlbus, because of the drain tube. You really only need the one on the oil reservoir to keep from making a mess. The pan plugs are a straight shot to your drain pan/tank. No mess.Terrific! Thank you gentlemen!
I also just looked up our application on their website and it is coming up as F106N in M14-1.5. Can anybody verify what size we have on the drain plugs and oil reservoir?
Thx This is what I have been looking for. FourFather....sorry for the off topic response.M12 X 1.75. I got Stahlbus, because of the drain tube. You really only need the one on the oil reservoir to keep from making a mess. The pan plugs are a straight shot to your drain pan/tank. No mess.
As I like to say, "Sometimes I love reality. Sometimes I hate reality. But there's one approach I never take with reality: denial."Gentlemen,
A couple years ago mint 5000 mile Heritage GT's were selling north of 400k but it appears at least for now those days are over. I know it sucks and owners hate it when selling prices decline but it is what it is. Two beautiful Heritage GT's with a zillion views coast to coast on Bring A Trailer have been auctioned in the last month. One with 5000 miles and one with 4000 miles. Both were pristine cars. They were bid to $310,000 and $325,000 respectively. Neither GT sold with reserves not met. There are a couple super low mile Heritage GT's that have been sitting in showrooms here in Scottsdale FOR OVER A YEAR with 400k price tags. This car has been advertised here for 10 months now at 400+k. If that was the money some of these cars would sell but they are not selling for 400k. If a nationwide audience (including several members of this Forum) on a well known site will not even bid 330k for a 4000 mile Heritage then that is closer to the real money today. Shoot the messenger if you like but I don't make the market. Eddie's GT is a fantastic car and he's a fastidious and noteworthy owner but the marketplace has spoken clearly over the last year and 400k is not a realistic price for a 5000 mile modified Heritage.