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Whomever packed this box SHOULD be looking for a new job tomorrow. You do NOT throw heavy aluminum resi clamps into a box loose without at the very least wrapped in bubble wrap or foam, nor do you pack two coilovers side by side without any protection inbetween them with just foam on top bottom and sides.

 

KING owned up to this and is going to make good on everything with no further out of pocket expenses for me. They're even going to give me a deep discount on some matching anodized rear shocks. So hopefully it all works out. It's a shame because now I will miss an upcoming show.

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Yeah I'd be super hot. Hopefully the shipping guy gets some retraining. I'd give them an ear full for the color too. Make them send you a set in a better color too. :) Nah, I'm just kidding, but your title is all black or nothing and I think black ones would look better.

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Yeah I'd be super hot. Hopefully the shipping guy gets some retraining. I'd give them an ear full for the color too. Make them send you a set in a better color too. Nah, I'm just kidding, but your title is all black or nothing and I think black ones would look better.

 

The color is PERFECT. It was time for me to break out of the all black mold.

 

 

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Well, got my coilovers back several weeks ago and the ano didn't match, allegedly they ran out of 6061 and used 7075 for the damaged parts. According to KING 6061 and 7075 anodize differently. I kept the one coil over since the discoloration is on the top mount and shaft, they're far apart, hoping it won't be as noticeable. Sending back the one to have those two darker pieces redone since they're right next to each other, it's obviously quite noticeable.

 

Sent this one back

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Kept this one, hoping it won't as noticeable once it's bolted up in place

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Apparently these guys do not have a fine eye for detail. I understand their business sense and they can't continue to lose their ass but come on! If I owned a business there is no way I would let a product be sent out with two different shades of color, especially after the first total screw up.

 

I hope they realize that word travels a long way with sales. When people point this out on your truck, and you tell them the whole story, the first thing they will say is "well I'm not going there for anything".

 

My uncle has a full blown show truck, 2004 SIlverado HD with a 7" BDS, 37's, powdercoated and chromed everywhere, so I know how you feel when things don't come back perfect. I help him with the truck and at shows, I know how easy it is to dock a point and lose best of show, just because somebody didn't come through 100% on what you paid hard earned money for.

 

:rant: Sorry, I can just relate with your situation. Chrome guys took 4 months to do torsion bars, skid plates, and tow hooks on my uncle's rig, they screwed up and decided to not tell him. We missed 3 shows and his favorite one in Lima, Ohio.

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