Guess they all make junk. Time to get the old Schwinn cleaned up. That
chain never fell off and the baloon tires gave a great ride. No egr
valves no emission crap no drl's no safety equipment. Those were the
I've been using the old Murray for exercise and to cut the miles driven
down. The 25 year old crank broke Saturday. The bike store sold me a
Chinese replacement. When I installed it the pedal threads were bad and
after correcting that I found the holes were cockeyed too. After fixing
that I wonder how long it will be before it breaks. If we can't fix our
own stuff we are screwed these days. Finding a vehicle that can be
fixed is difficult these days unless you buy the old stuff.
We service thousand of vehicles monthly, models from most every
manufacture, in our fleet service. In the real world
today they are ALL building good quality, long lasting vehicles.
Sure, they are built some that are not up to snuff on occasion.
That is why they all offer a warranty, even RR! The only real
difference we see between manufactures is style and price,
No One You Know wrote:
It's nice to know other companies are having issue's too. All in all I've
been really disappointed with my 2003 Astro Van. Unlike my 93 Astro it has
more problems. Some of them the same problems. This tells me no one is home
and the previous issues are not being dealt with. The lady at the 1-800 #
seems nice when you call to complain.
All in all most of the product quality in anything you buy today has taken a
shit.......no kidding! A few exceptions only. Wait until your new couch
falls apart when all the relatives come to visit or the Maytag washer
doesn't do half the term the older one did. What ever happened to the pride
of made in North America! Wait ......I have that answer!
They got lazy and hired the Chinese. Its all going to catch-up with us and
then what? Sorry just my 2 cts.
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