You know, I wonder if shops are not replacing bolts like they should. That certaily concerns me as the fasteners Ford uses are Torque to Yield. Upon further reseach, i found that these types of bolts are designed to stretch at their 100% fatigue limit, equal to the torque spec identified in the work instructions. Therefore, when you try to use them again, their clamping load is diminished. Since they were originally torqued to their limit, they are now prone to failure.
I am pretty sure I got ripped off, I priced all the bolts online for $69, ~$60 less than I paid.