More info please, Nick is a friend of mine and wan't tozerofield said:heard the alxes pop out easy.
Yes, this is very true... i have told people that want to install it themselves OR take it to someone that doesnt have experience installing long travel kits to be wary of the results and reliability of the installation.tat2max said:There is alot to be said about installation methods, how these cars are driven, and the differences in Rhinos that are causing the gremlins to pop up.
This is the unseen benefit that anyone buying a long travel kit should put at the top of their list. PRODUCT SUPPORT. Its good to see that you guys work with the consumer in resolving any issues that may arise.tat2max said:I can say that we are always here to offer as much help as possible with problems when and if they occur.
Sounds good, THanks for all your information. I look forward ot enjoying my LTK.tat2max said:That would be a yes, we stand behind our products 100%, sometimes above and beyond what we should. And so do our franchises, and dealers.
And yes i agree, $300 for a long travel install is well worth it, and that is exactly what we charge for ours.
It takes our well trained wrenches just under 4 hours. That is after dozens and of installs. It can be a tricky puzzle if the car is off at all, especially a used car.
PS-i am not always on here, but i will eventually get back.
You are the first person I have heard of with an axle issue in the Rhino Mafia kit.max powers said:I busted an axle out in the dunes from jumping, Rhinomafia installed a new at no charge and also kicked some t-shirts our way. Jeff also told me that gearone is working on some indestructable axles that will be out in the next few weeks.