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I'm guessing I know the answer but can't seem to find it. Are the fittings on the mach-e standard or metric? Curious since it's built in Mexico if it would have metric, seems unlikely tho.
 

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I'm guessing I know the answer but can't seem to find it. Are the fittings on the mach-e standard or metric? Curious since it's built in Mexico if it would have metric, seems unlikely tho.
Fittings?

Hardware standards do not necessarily defer to the build location. Almost everything is built in China but both English and Metric are used.

I'm hoping I never have to pick up a wrench or socket for the MME.
 

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yeah I goofed I actually meant since a Ford it's probably tooled for standard, unfortunately 95% of my tools are metric.
 

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that's interesting nearly every car I've owned has been foreign. I did own a ford pickup about 15 years ago
 

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No vehicle that I've owned made in the past 20 years (including several U.S. made Fords) have included many, if any, SAE fasteners. Most certainly it will be almost entirely metric.
It's been 20 yrs since SAE was used in the States
 
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