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2020 Ford F150 in the shop for a new lift kit and wheels

2020 Ford F150 in the shop for a new lift kit and wheels

After years of repairing his older GMC Sierra for a myriad of issues (don't fret, the truck had a bunch of miles on it!) one of our long time customers decided it was time for an upgrade to a 2020 Ford F150.  He said now was a great time to buy as the COVID pandemic created economic uncertainty which then led car some car manufacturers to incent vehicle sales with great deals. As with many trucks and cars, customers enjoy customizing to make them stand out, and in this case..UP!  We lifted this truck with Readylift's 7inch lift kit which included Bilstein shocks.  The customer selected the Axe Wheels compression forged AX 2 wheels - a great combo and our first time fitting Axe wheels. Our partnership with Envue in creating www.510customs.com is already paying off as we are enabled to offer our customers great service and fantastic vehicle customization solutions at very competitive rates. Here are some pics from this project:  

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Performance Auto Care Partners with Envue to Create 510 Customs

Performance Auto Care Partners with Envue to Create 510 Customs

510Customs offers a unique approach to vehicle outfitting. We offer the last mile customization for your vehicle. Whether your vehicle loves the asphalt, snow, or mud, or if it prefers to float, We help deliver a vehicle that is built with you in mind. With over 30 years of combined industry experience, 510Customs brings mechanical expertise as well as customization know-how to provide complete solutions to our customers.  Feel free to give us a call for a free consultation on your next automotive project

Back on the road as COVID restrictions open up

Back on the road as COVID restrictions open up

With the country slowly opening up from the Covid lockdown, many of our customers are wanting to return to regular life.  Both you and I take our cars for granted and expect them to turn on with every turn of the key or push of the start button.  However, sometimes when a vehicle sits for an extended period of time it may not be a bad idea to check the vehicle over before using the vehicle as we used to.  This means to check the fluids, lights, tires, etc. - all of which is visually accessible when opening the hood of the vehicle or while taking a quick lap around. Here is a quick video that gives a general idea of what we want to look for and hopefully it takes away some of the "mystery" of the engine bay.  Should your vehicle not start or make abnormal noises, it may not be a bad idea to call your local repair facility for a look over to ensure the vehicle is road ready. As always, feel free to reach out to us with any questions at 5 ... read more

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