you realize that , in actuality , you’re the one who ‘got lazy’ on the trackbar - and freakin everything else - when you blame others for your own failures, right?
It’s called self-dependence. If you dont follow up anyone servicing your jeep or anything else with your own diligence and evaluation of whatever they touched, the culpability resides upon you, dude.
All due respect but gripes related to sad , selfish entitlement scenarios won’t get sympathy ‘round these parts.
Check your own shit;don’t expect free to equal quality .
No, not lazy at all. I intentionally didn't take them all the way to the 200 something or other foot pounds, because I knew it would need an alignment, and figured the alignment tech would appreciate not having to break his back to bust them loose. When I take my vehicle to a shop for service, I expect them to do what I asked them to do, or explain why they can't or won't. If the guy had said, "Hey, I didn't tighten those nuts down because x,y,z." Then fine, I'll take the rig home and do it myself. But when he says, "All done, you're good to go, no charge since it didn't really need an alignment in the first place."..... yeah, I appreciate a free evaluation, and in fact I tried to pay for that (I know the shop's owner quite well.) but he wouldn't let me. But when you say, ALL DONE that implies that you did everything I asked, which he clearly didn't.
Now, as for entitlement mentality, you need to take a step back buddy. You don't know me, nor I you. I'm the farthest thing from an entitled snowflake you'll ever come in contact with, believe me. I simply expect that when I ask for work to be performed, either because I don't have the expertise, the equipment, or more commonly, the time, I expect that it be done, I'll pay for the service and be on my way. Don't tell me you didn't do part of it, because it didn't need it, so you didn't do any of the rest either. Or, if that's the case, and you didn't do any of it, then for crying out loud, let me know so I don't drive around thinking you did it, potentially damaging my vehicle, causing a wreck, hurting someone etc. The truth is, the trip to the shop actually did cost me considerable money, since I wasted my time that afternoon, time that I could have, and would have, been working.
I asked for no sympathy, nor did I expect any. I was merely venting some frustrations.
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