My baby needs new diapers


ByeEnzo

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Anyone sell the two plastic/foam pads that clip onto the 05/06 belly pans. After 50k+ miles and 10+ oil changes, mine are pretty tatty.
Hopefully they are sold separately from the pans!
Torrie, Northwood?
 

NorthwoodGT

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Jun 12, 2009
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Michigan
I stock the big one that goes under the engine pan. 129.00 plus 11.50 USPS. thanksIMG_3068.jpg
 

ByeEnzo

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I need both pads. Thanks for the reply. May still pick up the big one.
 

Specracer

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Are they diapers, maxipads or Depends...?
 

BlackICE

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Nov 2, 2005
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SF Bay Area in California
What is he purpose of these parts, stopping vibration noises, absorbing fluids?
 

PL510*Jeff

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What is he purpose of these parts, stopping vibration noises, absorbing fluids?
Noise. At least that's what I was told at R1.
 

BIGFOOT

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Jan 18, 2012
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What is he purpose of these parts, stopping vibration noises, absorbing fluids?
Zactly
 

ByeEnzo

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Changed my oil and filter last weekend. Also new air cleaners. My throttle body was sticking a bit so I cleaned the blade and internals. Put the new diapers on the belly pans...thanks Torrie. Also put new rubber on the rears. After Rally 12, I was down past the wear bars. Got Bridgestones from simple tire.com....thanks Mongrel. Date coded late '16. Costco mounted and balanced them for $14 each. Major wear in the central portions of the rear tires. I usually run them at 30 psi on the street. May have to drop to 28 psi per Frankie's recommendation to even out wear.
 

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NorthwoodGT

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Jun 12, 2009
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depends on your age and your needs
 
Changed my oil and filter last weekend. Also new air cleaners. My throttle body was sticking a bit so I cleaned the blade and internals. Put the new diapers on the belly pans...thanks Torrie. Also put new rubber on the rears. After Rally 12, I was down past the wear bars. Got Bridgestones from simple tire.com....thanks Mongrel. Date coded late '16. Costco mounted and balanced them for $14 each. Major wear in the central portions of the rear tires. I usually run them at 30 psi on the street. May have to drop to 28 psi per Frankie's recommendation to even out wear.
I think that's too much pressure. I run mine at 26-27. Remember, the Bridgestones are wider, and therefore crowned higher, than the Eagles, so to compensate I run a lower pressure to get more even wear across the tread.
 

Cobraguy

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Agree with Vincent....running mine at 27 results in totally even wear.
 

Johntpr

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Jan 18, 2017
193
Rockland County, NY
Anyone have a part number for the pad pictured in Post #2 of this thread? Mine has seen better days too.
 

mach1pannu

GT Owner
Nov 17, 2019
38
Call the dealer to verify, I had 4G7Z-63102B00-AA in my notes, and 4G7Z-63102B01-AA for the smaller triangle shaped one.
 
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Johntpr

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Jan 18, 2017
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Rockland County, NY
Thank you !
 
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Johntpr

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Jan 18, 2017
193
Rockland County, NY
No luck so far with ordering the larger diaper, under the center engine pan, part number 4G7Z*63102B00*AA. My order has just been in limbo according to my local dealer. Pending with no ETA for the last two weeks. Ford is really being difficult with GT parts orders. Maybe someone here has an extra?
 

HighHP

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Jun 3, 2019
282
Spokane, WA
Ford shows both available. Enter the part number. As Johntpr noted above, you may need to jump thru the hoops.