Why I'm not buying WARN...
First: long story short, had a Warn winch that just stopped working. After a huge runaround, I ended up talking to a guy in the corporate office. I told him that instead of trying to repair the winch, I'd rather buy a new one at a small discount. He said that he'd contact a distributor and call me back. I never got a call back, so a week later I called back, spoke with him, and got the same promise. Nothing ever happened, even after many promises and phone calls.
Second: I found out that the reason that all Warn winches are priced, to the cent, exactly the same, is because Warn requires retailers to sell only at that price...never less. I think it's wrong and totally against the way retail and sales have and should work. Price fixing?
Don't get me wrong, Warn makes a great product, however, these recent events have made me think twice about supporting their product.
What are your thoughts guys?
03 TJ Rubicon