Wow they look pretty... Somebody needs to put these to the test!
As I recall, I just paid you to rent your differential bushing tool for the second time because (apparently) your differential bushing either wasn't designed to fit the 4th generation differential (you claimed that the CTS-V differentials randomly have different sized mounting cups), or it failed. Either way, that's the price of two tool rentals and a bushing purchase down the tubes. I even sent it back to you to help you with your R&D. I also had to wrap your black motor mounts in lava wrap because everybody's motor mounts are still melting and tearing--even after you changed the formula. I had to throw away your shifter rail bushings because they were worse than my three-year-old UUC bushings from Luke @ Lindsay. Free advice: put a lip on both sides of the shifter bushing and it won't slide off the rails.Fuzzy......I knew you'd have some negative comment waiting for the introduction of these wide wheel arms. I'm not sure why you have such an axe to grind with us, it really doesn't matter. The people that hangout here on the forum know that you are free-flowing with your opinion and also know that it's worth what you charge for it. Don't worry, you are not part of the "us" on these arms.
The adjustable, greaseable toe-rods will be discussed next week.
$500 + paying a shop to modify your heavy, stock wheels = $1000. A set of Team Dynamics wheels = $1200. Plus you get to keep your old ones.For people like me, who don't have access to a machine shop with proper metal working equipment something like this is a decent alternative to going full custom. I mean come on, they gotta pay to keep the lights on over there to keep building our stuff somehow. I'm pretty sure Obama isn't subsidizing car parts, just cell phones and guns to terrorists. lol
Wasn't me. If I think you're spamming, I'll say it to your face.Thanks Fuzzy, for reporting me to the admins as an advertising spammer which in-turn got this thread deleted. You are of the highest caliber.
Thank You Submariner409 for your understanding.
10-4, on the "wasn't me", maybe it was the new guy with 13,000+ posts since a join date of 2011.Wasn't me. If I think you're spamming, I'll say it to your face.
Ya, I figure the "no pictures visible" is part of my vendor status not being current. Expired yesterday. I'm pleased that Submariner409 is allowing us to have this much conversation on this thread.I see no pictures, i get an Invalid Attachment error
Don't worry about it. If you want to give me a break on shipping when I need a 8.8" kit (assuming 54inches hasn't made his kit available to the world by then), I'll take you up on that.Fuzzy... After re-reading your first two posts...they are not as inflammatory as I previously perceived them. If you feel that you were wronged by us or our parts, call me on Monday, I will refund every nickel including shipping. I would like to hear or re-hear your side of the story.
The shifter bushings have only one shoulder/lip (like the factory bushing) so they can be slid between the shifter rod and the mounting tube that they go in. A shoulder on each end would make it "troublesome" to install. A small picture with directions is sent with each set of shifter bushings. The shoulder of the bushing goes toward the rear of the car which captures it behind the tube that it pushes in to.
Call me on Monday, I will send you some money.
90% of what I post is technical. It is the responsibility of educated, conscientious consumers to identify potential price gouging and request equitable prices, especially in underrepresented markets where corporate social responsibility (CSR) is not actively being monitored.and fuzzy man what is your deal ?
90% of what you post is bad mouthing someone or a new product. We are a very small community here and we need to welcom any and all owners and companys that are willing to invest in our car
If you dont like the price then go buy the tools and build your own
http://blogs.law.harvard.edu/corpgo...ial-responsibility-to-enhance-customer-value/HLS Forum on Corporate Governance and Financial Regulation said:In particular, this research shows that CSR leads to outcomes such as increased customer loyalty, willingness to pay premium prices, and lower reputational risks in times of crisis. [1,2,3] Each of these marketing outcomes in turn has the potential to support increased profitability.