Rod stands behind his work, has a great reputation, and is extremely
conscientious. I've used his glass man Dave Craddock for military prototypes.
I would call him for an explanation before simply blasting him.
--- On Tue,
4/6/10, Michael Rowe <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> From: Michael Rowe
> Subject: [Spridgets] Spridgetech Bonnet
> Date: Tuesday, April 6, 2010, 4:53 PM
> I finally got around to trying to fit
> my Spridgetech fiberglass BE
bonnet. It is distressing
> that the hinge bolt holes are 1/16" off from my
hinges. They are 2 3/4"x2 3/4" OC whereas the hinges
> are 2.3/4"x2 11/16",
visibly different because they are not
> square. This is an easy fix, and
most will hinge these
> fiberglass bonnets from the front, anyway.
Nevertheless, it is distressing that Spridetech made such a
measurement error, which should have been caught and
> corrected early on.
> There is also a bad secondary bond that broke loose in
> transit. Secondary
bonds must be made within hours on
> very fresh resin or with epoxy or special
adhesives on well
> scuffed surfaces. This is another simple error that a
conscientious builder should not be making.
> I am disappointed in
> Michael Rowe
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