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Toytec lost a customer over 26 dollars!

Discussion in 'Vendor Reviews' started by MWall, Jan 30, 2013.

  1. darkgreentaco

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    TacomaWorld is the place to come and complain about vendors. The quality of products and customer service a company provides is valuable information when members prepare to buy something. The members on this site get first hand accounts of what is great and what is not. You gotta take the information with a grain of salt, too.
     
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    This.
     
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  4. jtav2002

    jtav2002 Kenny Fuckin Powers

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    I was being sarcastic. I would never put a spacers and blocks lift on my truck.

    Toytec wasn't looking bad. They clearly state in their return policy they do not accept returns on parts that have been installed. Why is it their problem if a buyer decides not to look into that? It doesn't matter if you think it's stupid or not. That's your opinion, but as a business they have the right to make any policy they want. Don't like it, spend the money elsewhere. They weren't doing the "right thing to not look bad" they were doing the OP a favor and making an exception in their policy and taking the loss. Sure, for them 26 bucks isn't much, but same goes for the buyer as well. It's not like he was ripped off of 500 bucks or something. I don't think it's too much to ask to have the customer try to troubleshoot something rather than just saying "it doesn't take work take it back."

    I see crap like this all the time at work. People aren't eligible for certain programs, it's clearly stated, but they keep complaining and threaten to take it further up the chain to try to make the company look bad, then you just cave and pay it to avoid the trouble. But that seems to be the norm in this country. Threaten or sue til you get what you want regardless if you're deserving or not.
     
  5. Millertime187

    Millertime187 I'll be your huckleberry!

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    Well ill tell you what, I was not being sarcastic!

    Really what is the difference in lifts?

    You put a spacer in you are making the part from truck to LCA longer

    You put STIFFER, LONGER coils in again longer

    You put 5100's in at what ever LONGER setting again longer

    I love this site but people kill me, and I'm sure this has been talked about before, but it kills me that people spend crazy money on a lift that does no different than a spacer lift. You lift the front of your truck whatever way, you still have drive shaft, UCA, and shock issues. Yea you may have a different ride but that's a given for when you use different suspensions. Until you go to long travel or mid travel or 6" lift you are lifting your truck the same way(making the shock/coil longer), or block or add a leaf in rear. But whatever! I stick behind a spacer lift all day long against coils and 5100's. come get some if you don't believe, my taco WILL put whatever to shame, if I have to kill her !
     
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    OZ-T All of those moments....will be lost.....in time

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    LOL!!!!!
     
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    Millertime187 I'll be your huckleberry!

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    I see people looking and saying lol? Really HOW MUCH DOWN TRAVEL YOU HAVE WITH COILS, 5100's, same as I do with spacers? How much up travel you have, bout the same a spacers! So someone please tell me why spacers are SO BAD!
     
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    Millertime187 I'll be your huckleberry!

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    Just read through this mess of a thread. Sorry to get back on topic but thats pretty dang cool. A toytec vendor got on a public forum with thousands of members to solve one very minor problem. I like it..I like it a lot. +1 for you Dylan
     
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    I've never heard anyone say they put on a spacer lift and got a better ride. My truck rides better than it did stock. I'm willing to spend the extra money to get a better ride I didn't solely want aesthetics. I couldn't care less what you put on your truck. You want to think everyone else is wasting money over your superior spacer lift be my guess. Lol lol lol.



    Lol.
     
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    only took a few more pages to get back off topic again haha


    so OP how are you liking the new lift? got any pictures? im guessin you did all yourself since you said its cold out.
     
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    toytec is ok imo, Ive had problems with them but wont do any thread on it. Im local to them but unless I really need something I cant wait for Ill probably avoid them. But atleat they tried doing things right for op. And Ive seen personally great customer service that has gone above and beyond to do things right for me.
     
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