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Re: [oletrucks] ZIGS any good?

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Subject: Re: [oletrucks] ZIGS any good?
From: "Terry S. Glines" <ace0027@attglobal.net>
Date: Wed, 12 Apr 2000 09:03:19 -0500
    I have ordered some things from Zigs. Most recently my MII IFS stuff.
    I didn't buy the kit your talking about becouse I wanted to mix and match
some parts, but I did get my rack and crossmember from them. And was planning
to buy more.
    The only trouble I had was that I have asked for a catalog 3 times, and
still don't have one. Even though this last order it was on the invoice, so I
paid for it.
    Also they sent me the wrong rack extender, which by the way I ordered
COD(the rack and extender). After a week waiting for a call to tell me the
total price so I could have a M.O. ready I called them. They said they would
call me right back. They never did so Monday I called again. They said again
they would call again, Tuesday I re-called. This time they said they had
charged it to my VISA since they had it on record. OK I guess.
    But waiting 5 weeks on the rack extender re-placement was a drag. Plus
they were un-willing to pay for the shipping on the re-turn of the wrong
    In their defense they are a out-let store, and so they were waiting on
the extender just as I was.

    The very best company I have dealt with by far is Total Cost Involved.
This is what Ziggs sells, but I now have gone directly to them. I ordered my
rotors and stuff from TCI, and when they came the races were installed
backwards. I called and they said re-turn them, and they sent another set out
the same day. Plus they gave me a credit on my card for the re-turn shipping.

    TCI will sell you the same kit Ziggs does direct from them for:
Is a 100 bucks worth dealing straight with the maker? Up to you, but for me
it is.
    BTW I am VERY happy with the way the kit went together.

Terry & Ace

Joseph Rennie Weertz wrote:

> I was wondering if any one has used ZIGS rod shop?  Are their parts any
> good?  They are offering a front MII IFS for $1695.00, that seems cheep
> enough for every thing, crossmember to breaks, hub to hub!!  I have heard
> roumors about certain suppliers on a different e-mail group that makes me
> scared about getting ripped off, and that would set back my progresson
> on my truck.  Right now it is between fat man's and ZIGS, so help me pick
> one please...and hopefully by then I will have the jack scraped up:)
> thanks
> joe weertz
> 50 3100
> oletrucks is devoted to Chevy and GM trucks built between 1941 and 1959

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