And I know from the past that Rock Auto has awesome prices TY!Just received my shipment from RockAuto yesterday afternoon and went ahead and installed the new gas lift supports on both the '10 Escape's rear glass and on the '15 Explorer's liftgate. Both were simple to install (except for having to use mu head to hold up the glass and liftgate while the strut was being swapped.
For the Escape. the item was the Sachs/Stabilus 4B632162 (4B-632162). Comes with a lifetime warranty and the "receipt" is maintained in my RockAuto account.
Dude...I'm 61 years old and can tell you some nightmares about fleabay!if you're not going to go through the 'hassle' of pursuing a lifetime rebate through eBay(Who has your back, until you die), you wouldn't pursue one through rock auto. You have to go through with the prescribed procedures… Or you're just wasting time...
yours, and others, with this stupid post.
any of you ever tried shooting three in one oil down the piston shaft? I will strongly suggest maintaining your equipment, as it is the faulty work(people) who often blames their tool.
not trying to be rude, but seriously y'all… Take care of your vehicle, don't run it into the ground and then look for answers.
well, you're definitely not the first guy who thinks that they should not have to read instructions… lolebay does NOT have your back until you die. "Guaranteed Money Back", but in the small print, only if you let them know of a faulty seller within their short time frame. Once the seller strings you along with promises of 'real soon now' or 'my supplier says I will have a replacement within xx' and you MISS the ebay deadline, they do NOTHING. It is 'THEIR POLICY' to tell you to go away if you miss that small print. They will not even disclose the real identity of the seller so you can pursue in other venues.
If you return an item, and select 'does not fit', as in the item (phone gasket) is obviously the wrong one, though sold as an 'exact fit', you are stuck with that 'choice' and you get to pay for 'registered return' of a two-buck item, and the seller will (maybe) refund your two bucks but not the USPS fee.
IF you select the proper 'code word' on the return page, you will get a seller-paid return with NO problem... pick the wrong words and you are stuck.
No. ebay is not backing you up. I choose to disagree. Now, if you'd like to send me the $360 for the generator I returned, I'll change my mind.
The representatives are given responses to specific circumstances, and are mostly not allowed to deviate. They told me once you select a 'reason code' for the return, it is set in stone. I chose the 'wrong words', with nothing indicating that I should have to pay for an obvious vendor who was attempting to cheat customers. It was even suggested that I could have substituted an improper item when I had sent pictures showing that it did not fit. Nope. Do not depend on them, as their guarantee has a lot of holes. I am still mad at that vendor, who immediately quite selling on ebay.