Ford Owners

24
Feb

  Structural components offer additional protection in the event of a collision and require the right parts to work properly. It is common practice in our industry for each vehicle manufacturer to provide “Position Statements” that explain the best methods for repairing their makes and models.  In the event of structural repairs, Ford has released

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22
Feb

  Wheel reconditioning is a very dangerous practice. Ford is very clear that the company does not approve of any wheel repair that involves reconditioning.  If you are not familiar with wheel reconditioning, it is a process of using various tools and methods to try to repair a damaged wheel, instead of replacing it entirely. 

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13
Sep

  If you own a Ford and your repair involves installing a new windshield, you only have one approved option- use an OEM Ford windshield, and here is why. Ford and just about every other manufacturer put out “OEM Position Statements” to instruct repair shops on how their engineers want their cars repaired. This is

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03
Jul

Does it matter to you what tools your body shop uses to fix your Ford vehicle? If it’s an aluminum one (and most Fords now at least have some aluminum) Then Ford Says yes it matters. It can make a difference with your vehicle’s safety long term and the longevity of your repair in the

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