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Wheel Lug Stud Fits 1999-2004 Ford F-450 Super Duty,f-550 Super Duty F-250 Super on

US $18.43

Kansas City, Missouri, United States

Kansas City, Missouri, United States
Condition:New Quantity Sold:sold individually Feature - Benefit 1:Direct replacement for a proper fit every time SKU:DOR:610-455.1 Feature - Benefit 2:Corrosion resistant Brand:Dorman Interchange Part Number:F81Z 1107-AD Manufacturer Part Number:610-455.1 Life Cycle Status Description:Available to Order Country of Origin (Primary):US UPC:019495042402 Remanufactured Part:N Placement on Vehicle:Front Life Cycle Status Code:2 Quantity Needed:1; Emission Code:1

German car makers are dropping big engines

Sat, 29 Nov 2008 00:00:00 -0800

[ad#ad-1] It’s the trend at the moment, and one that won’t go down very well with our American cousins, who are fond of saying that ‘There ain’t no substitute for cubic inches’, as the three big luxury German Car Companies – Audi BMW and Mercedes – are planning to move away from their big ‘V’ engines. BMW V10 - on the way out The news started last week, when Audi let it be known that their new S5 will not use the V8, but will instead use a supercharged V6. Earlier this week, news came from BMW that its next generation of ‘M’ cars will forsake the V10s so beloved of M owners, and will instead go for turbo versions of the V8.

New Lotus Esprit revealed

Thu, 30 Sep 2010 00:00:00 -0700

The New Lotus Esprit We’ve been banging on that the new Lotus Esprit would turn up at the Paris Motor Show forever. It seemed the most logical step, but then Lotus went and shoved a spanner in the works a couple of weeks back by revealing the new Lotus Elite. So we thought that would be the powder spent for Paris.

Aston Martin may build Maybachs for Daimler, reports say

Thu, 23 Dec 2010 00:00:00 -0800

Aston Martin is in talks with Daimler AG over a potential partnership that would see the British luxury carmaker design and build a new Maybach ultraluxury sedan for the German automaker, Europe press reports said. Aston Martin may take engine technology from Daimler in exchange for building Daimler's Maybach cars, the Financial Times said on Wednesday, citing people close to the situation. German automotive magazine Auto Zeitung said Daimler has already commissioned a mock-up of a new Maybach limousine that would use know-how and parts from Aston Martin.