Originally Posted by KyBoy1991
Well, I can't agree with either side... It took 2 front shafts and 4 rear shafts before the vibes are gone for me. They are still there around 70mph but not bad enough to tear anything up on the jeep.
That being said, they never stopped trying to help me. I never asked for my money back... And they even claimed that the shaft I sent back balanced out perfect by another "friends" shop. But they always sent me another and we got it fixed pretty damn near perfect. I never asked for my money back because they always offered a replacement..maybe I would have had a different experience if I demanded my money back rather than letting them correct their mistake.
Well only reason i wanted U joint shaft was because i had older 4.0 ZJ that
had it in the front by factory. And I can't imagine why would they put a CV
joint on a drive shaft, since its less durable. And U-Joint when its straight
almost at all normal riding time, wont cause vibrations (Ideally)... So i decided
I wanted something more durable, and I never even thought that I would
have trouble like this. I clearly stated when i ordered it that all I need is a
replacement. And I also stated that i dont have much money to spend. To
me that is a clue to mention all the other possible problems and costs that
can happen installing their product. They neglected to mention that, and they
explain themselves that they cant predict which customer of theirs is
mechanically inclined or not... Fine... then return my money when the product
didn't meet my expectations. I don't care if it was balanced correctly or not,
they didn't explain to me that it could be problematic. All I needed was a fast
bolt on. Aside of that, after i put in rebuilt CV shaft vibes are gone, so IF it
really was preload problem and crush sleeve problem it would be messed up
permanently since the yoke was touched... So how in the world magically did
it fix itself? So now I'm waiting for them to decide if it's balanced improperly
and basically to see IF im gonna get my money back. Let alone the fact that
now they can say whatever the hell they want just to avoid refunding me.
Based on all experiences I had with them I'm inclined to believe that they would
say that its balanced properly just to avoid refunding me... How can I be sure?
They just don't care, once they got your money. Also the way they talk...
I feel like they see me as some kind of idiot just because i didnt know about
setting preload and replacing the crush sleeve. And they think of such idiotic
excuses thinking I'll buy them... Like "It's a different kind of drive shaft, the
angle is different" - seriously...