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Old 06-26-2011, 10:48 PM   #1
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Default Roush Guys - Check Your DS Fenderwell...

So, I was doing an oil change on my 427R on Friday (Royal Purple / M1 filter, by the way), and when I was under the car, I looked up and noticed that my driver's side tire had rubbed away part of the fender liner (towards the front), and had rubbed off the harness wrap and part of the insulation on the wiring harness there (14A005, for you guys with the shop manual). I'm going in this weekend to repair.

Wheels I'm running are the Roush Forged (18 X 10), with the stock tire size (275 / 40 / 18). Just take a quick look if you're running these wheels...
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