It would be different ifhe bought the truck in person and not off the internet.
No it's not... it's the same product.
Thanks again to Willig10, Tommygun, and TryingAgain !
You actually see the truth of this matter, and the rest of these guys can keep paying for broken things when it should not be their responsibility.
I am not going to.
Now, if a month or so down the road something craps out... I would send it in...
ACTUALLY - I'll probably just replace it with a better part and be done with it rather than send it in.
And as I stated earlier. If the manufacturer would build a product to make it to the warranty period and beyond, then we would not be having this debate.
But Cheezer and ON3MERC ...
Keep making references to "good quality" vehicles.... Like that has to do with ANYTHING. You are bypassing the main argument here...
This is about a code of ethics that involves supporting your customers properly, and making things that work.
If you don't make something that WORKS when I open the box... it's YOUR responsibility to make it right. Not MINE.
(No Matter What the Price Tag is, OR where I bought it.)
You are basically saying, because I bought a Redcat, and especially because I bought it on the internet, I should EXPECT to pay to fix it even if it is brand new.... Your logic is a Joke.
... just to recap... this problem is being resolved as we speak, and I did not pay a cent towards getting it fixed !!
- AS IT SHOULD BE...