John Smith said:...quickly came to the conclusion he is a tool of the highest order. He was a complete smartass who tried his best to break a truck lent to him to drive for the weekend. Based on my first impresison I would not purchase anything from him. Perhaps he has changed but I doubt it.
LOL, like I said, don't know Steve S. but Stubbs has a solid reputation for quality and service though. Business makes strange bedfellows sometimes.trailcarnage said:I am sorry to hear that Stubb's is involved with him. I can't imagine that it is great for their business.
calamaridog said:I know of another person who had built up a solid reputation and moved on?
Financial situations really ruined me for the past year. I finally sold my home and got back on my feet. The revised skid plates are going out for quote this week. Hopefully, I will be back in business before July. Cross your fingers for me. I will be back for you guys soon.ATLRoach said:****Cough Tom Cough**** Yeah that company made some real kickass stuff then they just disappeared..hmmm
sschaefer3 said:Tom of TrailCarnage, Ever since I met you face to face you have done nothing but bash me on the internet. Let’s put this behind us and move on, we both make some great products and since myself and Mike Nevitt are no longer making skid plates, I have personally referred many customers to Gadget. I am sorry that you took my and Ryan Taylor’s "little frat boy" banter the wrong way. We like to go back and forth, hence all the Ryan Taylor questions I asked you face to face.