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Old 07-27-2005, 08:07 PM
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Also while visiting the machinist he brought to my attention the rods that I got with the so called balanced rotating assemble, which is another ***** I have with this company.
The rods, although re-manufactured came with the original bolts and NUTS, with the original strikings that some one did to set them along the edge of the threads, NO question as to the FACT they are used, I dont get it!!! How expensive are new nuts?

Now for the SO called balance job they performed, the front was out 10 gr. and the back was out 22gr. he called me down there after work and spun it for me.. and was jumping like crazy.

Im going to call these people this week and demand my 100 bucks back, which Now I understand why it was so cheap, But come on Hell I think I coulda got it that close. What U think??

Sorry But IM a little pissed after the wait
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never ..never buy .recon rods...i know it cost more but h-beams are the way to go..unless you are john force they will not break if assembled right..plus they are caps screwes
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never ..never buy .recon rods...i know it cost more but h-beams are the way to go..unless you are john force they will not break if assembled right..plus they are caps screwes
SIR I Beam from Eagle now use ARP cap screws.
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