General tips for new owners


cedarstang

GT Owner
Mark II Lifetime
Thanks for all the info I am thankful to you guys, I have so much to learn about my car. The hardest thing thought is trying to get the smile off my face since the day I got it. Dose anyone know of a good service dealer in Wisconsin?
 

BoatRacer

GT Owner
Apr 14, 2009
9
7) The car has no jack, lug wrench, or spare tire. A FordGTforum member makes nylon pucks that protect the car when using a lift, see http://www.gtsaver.com/
Tried the link to buy the nylon pucks but appears the link is no longer valid.
Any suggestions?
Thanks in advance!
 

tony h

GT Owner
Jun 16, 2010
75
United Kingdom
Great advice listed....

Two things in addition from me:

1. be careful when changing into right hand lane - visability poor and quite a large blind spot as a result

2. more importantly you will always feel good about yourself having realised a childhood ambition of owning a GT. For that added boost take your GT out without the wife.......be careful though as you WILL be molested by 21 year old chicks :banana:banana:banana

Lets be careful out there :thumbsup

Tony h
 
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