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Old 10-06-2016, 06:42 PM   #1
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Any ideas on what to add to the stang. I have my own but I would like other people's input as well


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Old 10-06-2016, 06:52 PM   #2
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Go find some used staggered wheels off craigslist.

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I definitely got that on my list I'm gonna go with all black
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Add a Mach 1 chin spoiler and an MMD hood scoop.
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Chin spoiler I'll probably be getting here in a few days. My main thing with lowering it is I live on a terrible drive way and I already scrubbing at some parts
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Chin spoiler I'll probably be getting here in a few days. My main thing with lowering it is I live on a terrible drive way and I already scrubbing at some parts
I understand that, my driveway is almost an off road trail.
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When it rains it's like the drive way disappears and you just have to pick the best route to my house lol
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When it rains it's like the drive way disappears and you just have to pick the best route to my house lol
I'm beginning to think we have the same driveway. I live 1/4 mile back in the woods. Rain turns my driveway into a river. This weekend it will likely become a class 5 rapid that is full of debris, limbs, and trees.

I don't see the Mustang making its way down the driveway until Sunday night or Monday.

We had an ice storm two years ago that completely blocked me in. No one could come up or down the driveway due to the amount of fallen trees. This weekend I am supposed to have rain and sustained winds of 40mph. Add in wet ground and wind gusts and I see a power outtage and more downed trees.

There's nothing like two days or more of work with a chainsaw to get your daily workout in.
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Any ideas on what to add to the stang. I have my own but I would like other people's input as well


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First mod I would do is to get some wipers that touch the glass
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I'm beginning to think we have the same driveway. I live 1/4 mile back in the woods. Rain turns my driveway into a river. This weekend it will likely become a class 5 rapid that is full of debris, limbs, and trees.

I don't see the Mustang making its way down the driveway until Sunday night or Monday.

We had an ice storm two years ago that completely blocked me in. No one could come up or down the driveway due to the amount of fallen trees. This weekend I am supposed to have rain and sustained winds of 40mph. Add in wet ground and wind gusts and I see a power outtage and more downed trees.

There's nothing like two days or more of work with a chainsaw to get your daily workout in.
Lol I live way back in the sticks to there is one part of my drive that literally floods over during a bad rain

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First mod I would do is to get some wipers that touch the glass
Lol I find they work best when not touching
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