The artist formerly known as LW
I'm just glad that nothing happened to him or the guy with them. Or heaven forbid, my daughter and grandkids were with him and something had happened.
Lumberjack, he has no problem with the boat. His only problem is with the motor.
Just got off the phone with him and now he has been told that MB has a "recall" on that part..... which is kind of what Homey said.
Is when grown men do not understand they are liable for decisions they make.
if it is insured, the best thing u can do is sink it and go get something else.
the damn things are either falling off of boats or the throttles are sticking wfo!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! what else do you need to hear?
Like buying a piece of shit that they didn't know was a piece of shit? This is a new product, bought in good faith. MB should have never sold the rig knowing what they know about it. A full refund would be the only appropriate thing to do if requested. Mud Buddy markets their rigs with GTrax hulls, and they are now aligned whether GTrax likes it or not. If I buy a complete rig and the motor is junk, i would naturally assume that they hull is as well.
If GTrax doesn't want to eat the cost they should align themselves with a more reputable company.
You boys could fork up a riot
When in doubt, you can always pee on it.Neil Camp-Works for me, you technological Pygmy.
Here's the thing, Dick, I don't give a rat's ass what you sell. Yes, if Chevy sold me a truck that blew the engine within 20hours I would demand (and they would comply) that I receive a complete refund. If they didn't, I would park the SOB across the street from the dealership with a big ass lemon sign. Yes, it works.
A bad reputation is not worth the cost of a boat, truck, or whatever it is the hell that you sell.
Cat did it with their diesel engines in tour busses an now has a class action suit against them that they WILL lose. Now their reputation in the market is completely ruined, and they'll still end up buying the flawed engines back (along with punitive damages).