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OP also has another Thread complaining about his belt shredding prematurely. Lol 2+2=
What a surprise!

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What a surprise!
If you play catch up...belt is fine...after a night of tequila and my friend dropping me off he noticed the slight fraying when he wanted to see the motor, to which I freaked out about and made this thread while messed up lol. According to Ford and two other shops I've asked about it they said it is fine and normal. Though Ford did say they would replace it, but there isn't really a need, aside from the light-fray it is in perfect condition apparently.

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OP you should ask questions at svtperformance.com and see how they reply.

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If you play catch up...belt is fine...after a night of tequila and my friend dropping me off he noticed the slight fraying when he wanted to see the motor, to which I freaked out about and made this thread while messed up lol. According to Ford and two other shops I've asked about it they said it is fine and normal. Though Ford did say they would replace it, but there isn't really a need, aside from the light-fray it is in perfect condition apparently.
I don't know about you but there is nothing normal about a "FRAYED BELT" Believe me if it was normal Ford would not suggest they would replace it. From your postings it would appear you are beating on your car and that is your choice. I hope it holds up for you.
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Threads like this remind me of why I either buy sports cars brand new or make darn sure I know exactly who owned it prior if I'm buying it used.

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