okay, that's good advice. can i use the 9 years of working in autoparts instead of "everthing i hear?" how about the number of bearings and seals we stock for fords vs. the number we stock for hondas and toyotas? when you compare our sale volume on those parts, along with a number of others to the number of those respective cars on the road, the ratio speaks for itself.actually, I haven't had much trouble out of my stang. 2000 GT 55,000 miles. Throwout bearing and seat belt. It's been a very reliable car. I know american cars have a bad rap, but don't believe everything you hear.
we sell more parts to fix probelms on american cars than we do on japanese. we also stock very few parts for american cars over 10 years old becasue there are FAR fewer on the road. we still carry pads and rotors IN STOCK for late eighties and early nineties toyotas and hondas. guess how many common mustang parts we sell from those years?
see you at 200K miles. oh wait, no i won't.
everything i hear...... eat me