Seller FEEDBACK thread

Discussion in 'Swap Meet Section' started by Keizer, Feb 8, 2008.

  1. Printstron

    Printstron Veteran Member Lifetime Gold Member

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    Thanks, BillyDean7173. Wiper Motor transmission arm arrived promptly and fits well.
     
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    You're welcome, Printstron. Good doing business with you and if there are any problems, please let me know. Thanks
     
  3. BillyDean7173

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    A big thanks to l16pilot for the 70-73 weld-on rear sway bar brackets and 1-piece rear spoiler rubber bumpers. I ordered several sets of the 70-72 rear bumper rubber cushions from him a few years back and was really impressed with the high quality. And again, I'm impressed with the quality of the brackets and rubber bumpers. The brackets even include location instructions. Easy transaction, fast shipping, great packaging, and excellent communication. As a Nasty member, he even gave me a discount through his website 2ndgenz.com. Thanks for making these parts. I appreciate it.
     
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    70lt1z28 Veteran Member Gold Member

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    Steve's a great guy for sure. A class act.

    Now you just have to practice to make those gawdawful factory MIG welds!:whine:
     
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    l16pilot Veteran Member Lifetime Gold Member

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    Thanks Billy...I am humbled but appreciate the comments.

    Dave - Funny you should mention that, as for anyone that has ever seen the factory weld on the rear sway bar brackets, they leave a LOT to be desired. Not sure if it was early MIG technology, short time to accomplish the task on a production line, operator training....or a combination of all three.
     
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