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Re: [oletrucks] jim carter experience

To: "wayne osborne" <wayne@chevytrucks.org>, <oletrucks@Autox.Team.Net>
Subject: Re: [oletrucks] jim carter experience
From: "Ron Duran" <rlduran@sbcglobal.net>
Date: Sat, 30 Oct 2004 11:40:29 -0700
Wayne, I too had problems with Jim Carter, my problem 
was they sent the wrong tie rod ends, after calling 
she sent me the correct ends with out a problem, she 
sent them even before I returned the incorrect tie 
rods. will I
shop there again Maybe, but probably not, and only 
because it takes a week  for shipping from where they 
and where I'm located, on the west coast, I will stick 
with vender's closer to home, and by the way I have had
problem, with other venders as well, RB,s dented 
steering column, CPP classic, wrong disc brake lines 
and banjo bolts
and other venders as well,  but will I stop ordering 
from them? NO! every vender has problems, mostly it has 
to do
with the people pulling parts, so you have to work with 
them to get the correct parts you need, I don't expect 
of the Venders to change over night, but if enough 
people complain to the owner's of the company's maybe 
it will
change, but untill then keep ordering and hoping for 
the best and expect the worst, and deal with what is 
sent. I know
getting the wrong parts is frustrating! but not 
everyone is perfect. these are oppertunitys to learn 
how to learn!
I am going to rename my truck, "Sweet Thing" to " Two 
Step", because every step forward I take in the 
process  I take two steps back. I hope what I have said 
helps you in dealing with your future nees as far as 
parts go...

Ron D.

49 Chevy dlx  "Two Step" 

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