Re: [DML] Free flow air intake is a joke
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Re: [DML] Free flow air intake is a joke

Well, This is Lawrence vin538 I have been dealing with John for 
about 6 years now & I had a alt. fire at Pigeon Forge & John 
replaced it free of charge right there & then even offered to 
install it. that was the only problem I had & I will always deal 
with this personal Professional vender.

--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, lordshill@xxxx wrote:
> Daniel.. I have no idea as to what your agenda is but I'll vouch 
for John  
> Hervey.  I have the same free flow air intake that you speak so 
badly  about and 
> I had no trouble at all fitting it in.  It works fine and I have  
no trouble 
> with it.  I've bought all sorts of electronic updates and such  
from John and 
> they work perfectly.  You state that he is a "fly by night  
vendor" simply 
> because he sells from his home, or a workshop attached to his  
home.  By your 
> definition Bill Gates or Steve Jobs would be fly-by night  when 
they started out. 
> Why create un necessary overhead to drive prices  up?  I'll give 
you a good 
> example of why John is a go to guy.  A half  shaft on my D bound 
up.  The 
> choices I had was to buy a new one from an  "established" vendor 
($ 600 +/-) or a 
> rebuild from John for about half that if  mine could not be 
rebuilt.  He sent 
> the rebuilt quickly to me and I sent  back to him the old one.  He 
called me a 
> week or so latter to give me the  "bad news" that mine was rebuild 
able and 
> the total transaction cost me  $140.00.  Hmm.. $600 vs $140... 
kinda wonder why 
> I would spend $460  extra?  
>     How about an established vendor who sold me an air  
> compressor and dryer?  25 year old stock that failed after a  few 
weeks (Compressor) 
> and a dryer that was not correct for my vin D.   Still have not 
received a cent 
> back.  John had what I needed for much less  than half the price 
and brand 
> new.  Works excellent.  I've bought from  "established vendors" 
and generally 
> have been very happy with the stuff I bought  and I simply stopped 
buying from 
> the one who ripped me off.  
>     Rubber products.. Would you agree that rubber  deteriorates 
over a period 
> of time?  Most of John's rubber products are  brand new and fit 
> 25 year old stock or new?  
> No agenda here, as I buy from all but one.  
> Roy
> #0893
> In a message dated 12/18/2005 11:41:42 A.M. Eastern Standard 
> mroboto@xxxx writes:
> Regarding the Hervey Free flow air intake:
> I bought it, and it does  not fit properly. I don't recommend it. 
In fact, 
> the first one he sent was  1/2" too tall to be able to close the 
engine cover! 
> He sent a replacement, but  it does not fit the air intake well 
enough to 
> prevent debris from entering the  engine. It stayed on my car for 
an hour before I 
> removed it.
> Another  concern that I have, buying products from a fly by night 
> selling from  his house, what if the product damages your car? 
Does the vendor 
> carry product  liabilty insurance? Will they still be there if 
your engine blows, 
> or catches  fire as a result of their product?
> [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]

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