Re: [DML] Rob Grady's Personal Lower Suspension
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Re: [DML] Rob Grady's Personal Lower Suspension

"People NEED to be told and made aware of the facts in the legal
responsibility of any mods. "

This is true of changes we make to our homes, cars, boats, trailers, 
cabins, swingsets and just about anything we do, own or operate.  Are 
those LED's as bright as the originals?  If not to what extent are you 
partially responsible for XXXX?  Did you fix your Ford F150 with a used 
part?  If an accident occurs, to what extent are you liable?  When my 
fuel pump failed at DMCH they claimed they had to fix it back to 
original.  Was that due topotential liability issues?  Supposedly there 
is a case where the husband shoveled the sidewalk, the wife subsequently 
slipped on said sidewalk, she sued him and won (they were happily 
married before, during & after).  In this litigious world, you can held 
responsible for your actions regardless of how farfetched it may seem.

So choose wisely, be careful, be responsible... but don't live in fear.


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