Here you go. Cliffnotes.
No, I'm not putting my real name on the interwebs. You want my address too? How about my kid's school schedule.
Maybe I read that wrong, but it sounded like a call out. If I read that wrong, I apologize. If I didn't, you are one weak character individual.
I own a business myself. I have learned that things can go wrong, despite your best intentions, and you do your best to correct it and move on. Not all customers are going to be happy. Such is life. Sometimes you have to suck it up and admit that. It happens.
I would also like to say this is my last post. But,omething tells me I'll have to respond again.
You're not alone with trouble with RK. Myself and some others I know had numerous problems. I had the 2.5 pro kit and it's gone now. Got a whole bunch of run around from RK myself. The aluminum trackbar was a huge problem for me. Also coils would come unseated and their spring retainers are a joke. My rears sagged very early also and slight bend before I got rid of it.
I'm convinced everyone that is looking at this kit needs to go look at the Metalcloak "lite" kit. It's about $1000 more but for that you get shocks, all 8 arms, rear trackbar, no welding for bracket, bumpstops, MUCH better coils and it rides a hell of a lot better. You don't get a tierod, but I still think is very much worth it. I honestly don't know why Metalcloak doesn't push this kit more.
Sorry if this was a hijack. Still pissed I guess.
Nope. I was the guy on the phone when you thought holding the phone to your chest was the same as putting it on hold. "Tell him to find anyone in the South that isn't an idiot". That might ring a bell. That was after going to several individuals and three offroad shops. Everyone, including me, knew it was the trackbar. You even thought it was made out of the wrong aluminum. After several episodes of death wobble, the joint went bad. That and numerous removals to inspect bushings. When you finally agreed to take it back to inspect, you blamed it on the joint. I got a partial credit.
I was just letting the OP know others have had problems. You've sold tons of these kits. Some are bound to less than perfect. I have since moved on and am very happy now.
????? Bull****. He's still there. He own's the place.
I tried to back out of this thread, but for some reason you brought me back up. You ignored my post details except for the south thing. I can recall the full story if you want. Do you still have videos of aluminum TB flat lining? Kind of caused some problems (DW). I did love my 60% refund. When you tell a manufacturer what's wrong, they refuse to believe, then they're proved wrong, what's to say? It cost me a lot of money to correct your kit.
Yeah, I'm the guy that I had to call 3 times to convince you that you sent me 8 rrd shocks that I didn't pay for. What's that? $1600. Had to beg for an RA so I didn't become a thief of opportunity . Never before had to convince someone to take their money back. Yup, still never got a simple thank you for being honest. But I did take it in the *** for the track bar. Plus the expenses I stated before. That does piss me off.
Again, leave this stupid Southern hick (from North Dakota courtesy of 3rd Ranger Batallion) out of this. I can add more details to this story if you like Jeremy.
Honestly, I do not remember it, but I deal with a lot of people each and everyday. I do remember and employee stating something very similar to that at one point in time and was repremanded for it, but he is no longer with us as I stated. Are you sure I said it as I am sure given that situation, you must have talked to several people here! Sorry for the situation and I certainly do not remember all the details. In business 99.9% of the experiences are very good, but there are situations that can go wrong and do or we certainly would not be in business.
Seriously? Yes, it was you. We talked several times. I keep trying to get out of this conversation, and here we are again. I do notice you don't comment on the more important issues we had. You quote me, but don't address the more important aspects. I'm not an overly sensitive democrat sad about an insult. My gripe was the loss of money trying to fix the problem your gear caused. That money is gone between tows, alignments, etc. It ain't coming back.
Again, I posted to tell OP he wasn't the only one. You keep cherry picking what I have to say to save face while avoiding the other points I have made.
If you are going to reply to me again, please read all my comments. They seem to be ignored.
Again, I do not remember. Sorry. If you want to post up exactly all your areas of concern I will address them one at a time for you. In conversations of that nature, sometimes people and things get heated and things can be stated out of line. I apologized for that if it was you, but that does go both ways. I honestly do not remember it and maybe if you post up your real name and timeframe I can look it up.