I too find the lack of support odd. Who'd have thought in the multimillion (maybe even billion) dollar industry of offroad parts and vehicles that there are < 5,000 people who actually go off road? Bunch of mall crawlers.
A petiton like this should have 25,000 signatures within hours. Offroad parts suppliers should be scrambling to advertise this petition, but they're not. Where are the 370,000 members of this forum?? Why aren't PM's sent out?? Whether you'll ever go there or not, you should care about the principle of the matter.
Poison Spyder is pushing it pretty hard on their Facebook. That's the only one I have seen.
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Tasting a drop isnt going to kill you.
And what doesnt kill you makes you stronger.
Therefore, tasting a drop of antifreeze actually makes you stronger :)