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In Topic: It was brought to my attention

25 July 2014 - 08:20 AM

I understand the frustration.  I've seen re-pops of my stuff showing up too.  I was initially pretty mad, but just came to terms with it.  Resin casters come and go, most of the people who buy from people who sell re-pops are going to get ripped off sooner or later.  A lot of these businesses fold when it stops being fun.  If you take a risk at buying a knock-off from someone to save a few bucks, you have to accept the consequences when the stream of excuses as to why your order hasn't shipped for six months starts coming.


People that are in the business for the long haul work hard to build a reputation as a solid and trusted entity.  We give up our nights and weekends to make sure that orders are filled in a timely manner, and we don't sell what we don't have in stock.  I would be leery of anyone who sells cast parts to order.


Legal proceedings against a re-pop caster is a waste of time and money.


Just ride on your reputation of trust and quality and time will sort out the rest.


I wouldn't even post about the person re-popping your stuff.. it just drives traffic to them, and it's free advertising for them.

In Topic: Will GM's problems ever end?

13 June 2014 - 04:30 PM

I bet if one manufactures cell phones had 14 million recalls and they all had to be sent back to the factory to be reset.....that company would be out of business the next day........but consumers today are not a smart lot.
Dad has a 1012 FLEX....top of the line. Only issue??? A squirrel ate some of his under hood insulation!!!
It's all wheel drive with 22" wheels with twin turbo's.......The first time I drove it I was truly shocked......
It was the best vehicle I had ever driven.
A seven passenger plus luggage hot rod......wow!

Those Flex's are super nice. Thought about one for myself.

Your Subaru Crosstrek was built right here in my hometown, Lafayette, IN.

Well I gotta hand it to Indiana Craftsman, they build a great car.

In Topic: Will GM's problems ever end?

13 June 2014 - 04:02 PM

You miss my point, govt. involvement means troubles. Look at our wonderful usps, another govt debacle.


I don't really know why anyone would knock the USPS.


I can tell you from a LOT of experience that it is an incredible organization.


I have literally sent thousands of shipments via the USPS over the years, and i think MAYBE one of them was lost.  Maybe one, i question it to this day... and the shipping cost of my box is $3.25.


About a month ago, i had a package that needed to go out, and i happened to be at FedEX mailing some packages for the corporation i work for, and thought "hey, i'll just send it FedEX instead of driving to the Post Office".  The same box that cost me $3.25 to mail First Class USPS, cost me... ~$12!! and it shipped ground.. even SLOWER then the USPS would have taken.


I'll take the USPS any day of the week over FedEX,  unless i need it there tomorrow.

In Topic: Will GM's problems ever end?

13 June 2014 - 03:55 PM

^My neighbor has that same way of thinking... but weirdly he doesn't seem to mind the Kawasaki engine in his John Deere, or his Honda Rancher ATV, or the fact the Duramax diesel in his beloved GMC is an Isuzu design. I don't know if he knows his Impala was assembled in Canada...
Personally, I don't care who built it, or where- I'm not going to waste my hard earned money on junk. And I don't believe in the "Just because it's made in America/Japan/Germany/Narnia that alone automaticallly makes it superior to all else" school of thought. It has more to do with the manufacturer's dedication to producing a quality product than the country of origin.

Agreed. I drive a 2014 Subaru Crosstrek that I hear was built in Tennessee. And I love my subie.
I have a ford truck too, but its just for hauling and dump runs now.

In Topic: Will GM's problems ever end?

13 June 2014 - 11:12 AM

Funny how all these problems have occurred since the govt got involved with them. Just sayin'.........


I don't think the problems are new.. they are just under closer scrutiny now that the government is involved.


The GM recall debocle and lawsuit due to deaths because they DIDN'T issue a recall is what is making them do all these recalls now.. otherwise it would have just been swept under the rug like it had been for who knows how long.