Instructions, missing parts, & late shipping maybe but not really, is all I heard that was legitimate? Everything else is your fault?
Cheap ass walmart piss-can bed liner would be more suitable than spending huge bucks on something that will get scratched up? No better way to scream out to everyone. "Hey I"m a dumb ass " than telling people you will end up spending $2000.00 when all said and done. Hell you could have probably powder coated cheaper than spending $400.00 for paint and primer, then additional $400.00 for paint on the top. That's all your fault and has nothing do to with complaining about what CC did.
And as far as installing the fronts, did you really need instructions to install front fenders? How hard can front fenders really be? Mine although not from a manufacture that constantly produces parts were not hard to do were no hard. No instructions, hell bolt holes were not even drilled out, or prepped. But I knew that when I got them, and it's more fun to do all that stuff anyway.
Rears sure maybe because you'll be dealing with nutserts/rivnuts, but not all that difficult. Do yourself a favor and get the rivnut tool.
When I did rivnuts, I squeezed then screwed the lever to tighten it up again then squeezed the tool, repeated until it would not go anymore. If you don't do that then they won't properly seat and will end up spinning on you. I also put contact cement around the rivnut when I put them in, just for the extra feel good.
Hope this helps you when you do them. I used the cheap harbor freight tool.
2014 JKU Rubicon, 2007 Superbee #692/1000, BMC Hooligan (my chopper yea it's a Rigid)
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Last edited by azoth99; 10-24-2014 at 04:54 PM.