oldsaabguy at comcast.net
Tue Jun 17 13:39:16 MDT 2008
AS I see it I am being offered two products that claim to do the same
thing and one is cheaper. Why *NOT* but the cheaper one? Most of the
time the cheaper product works as advertised with no drawbacks but if
not it's a real PITA.
I order SAAB parts from eEuro parts, they offered 2 different trans
linkages, Factory and another brand, 50% difference in price. eEuro
stands behind their bits so when the cheap on didn't cut it they sent
a Factory brand part. When I take the cheap one off I'll do some
measuring on it to see what's different but it may be something like
metal temper which can't be judged well by me.
Oh yeah, congrats on the Guitar man, that was just a little good
On Jun 17, 2008, at 12:04 PM, Robert Duquette wrote:
> I see it more as the midrange that's hard to find. If money is no
> then you're okay, and if you like to drive and shop then cheap is
> but the middle class stuff is gone.
> For me, I see this as high end ( correct me if I'm wrong )
> ( Made in USA contractor grade )
> and I wouldn't expect the same performance from this:
> ----Original Message Follows----
> From: Billy Zoom <billyzoom at billyzoom.com>
>> Because their customers - Frank included - cannot resist the low
> That's not true. It's a matter of not being able to get anything else.
> You can pay more, but it's still the same hose. Nobody sells
> quality any
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