Join Date: Feb 2010
Location: Crystal Basin, CA
Feedback: 1 reviews
I have made myself pretty clear on Currie here. Every manufacturer has their issues, that said, the OP clearly ought to get some dough for the cost of R&R, palletizing, and shipping that axle. Reworking the existing axle is a non-issue IMO though.
I will be sending an email down to Currie about this matter and my intentions to stay engaged, so to speak. Welding a "C" on in this manner with all the jigs, tooling, and expertise of that at Currie Enterprises' disposal shouldn't happen. And, if it does, they had better get out the check book and make it right.
Summarily, if this situation does not find its way to total satisfaction by the OP, the Admin here really ought to think about stepping in and stepping up. OP, keep us posted here, demand fair compensation for your time and expenses. If you do not get reasonable compensation, I will be happy to start the shit-storm myself (and it will get messy and smelly - promise).