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Re: What's up with extreme tractor

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12-18-2013 13:35:10

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Ive had my forum stream polluted by this garbage for too long... Dont like the work? Dont do business with him again... Have some class, mans in the hospital and you have to be in the bleachers... What you run when you do business with anyone. What i suggest? Want it done yesterday? Get off your own butt and do it yourself... Id much rather have the pride of saying "I" made this motor rather than i turned it over to someone else and reaped the benefits. Everything i have ive done everything to besides build it in the factory. Maybe you should accept waiting around for the parts done right or quit. And im sure that if your rig runs like a monster at a pull next weekend your going to have no problem reaping the benefits of HIS work. You simply wouldnt waste the money invested for a head shaped doorstop. But i believe i speak for alot of people F'ing enough

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12-18-2013 14:16:56

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 Re: What's up with extreme tractor in reply to bberry, 12-18-2013 13:35:10  
does he tell everyone how his business runs. i was going to get some pistons from him a few years ago but was told he waits till he gets several orders together and then he orders so he gets a better price on his end. i was also told that his machine shop is in his garage. you should atleast tell your customers that you have there money what you doing and whats going on. i know things happen and work doesnt do itself over night but you should treat the customers like you want them to treat you. i thinks its always good to spend the money with someone that is reliable and there has been many complaints about extreme parts on here. if our money was tied up like these guys are we would be acting the same way. i can understand things happen but you could atleast inform me of them after you cashed my check. just my two cents worth.

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Big Jugs

12-18-2013 15:56:03

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 Re: What's up with extreme tractor in reply to jd plowboy, 12-18-2013 14:16:56's MY opinion...I had a friend that ordered a head from him. Had to pay up front, which he did. Was promised several times over on a different date each time that the head would be delivered. Finally he just plain asked for his money back. That took an ordeal also. Finally he called Murphys. Had the head he wanted a week later. YES, a week later. Never did business with Ray myself, but know of many that have tried to without much success. That alone tells me maybe I had better try another shop with a more reputable business. It's one thing if the guy gets sick, we understand that. But this has happened wayyyy before that. Again, you can do business any place you wish. How bout we knock Dennys' Carb shop also. His work came back to me completed on time-with a nice black paint job and some gum on the bottom of the carb bowl...and worked worse than before I sent it out. Lesson learned..the hard way. Jugs.

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