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that was wicked nice of the guy to foot the bill, definitely a place that would get my business again just because of that imo.
Ya.. I have been going to this place for YEARS now.. always gettign stone and soil from them with my truck
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Hahaha.. ya these skyjacker springs have impressed me with how they handle loads..
Which springs are they? I have the FR36 6" lift springs and they're real flexy. I haven't hauled anything with them, but they ride nice.
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Which springs are they? I have the FR36 6" lift springs and they're real flexy. I haven't hauled anything with them, but they ride nice.
I have the FR34's.. 4" lift plus 2" block..they flex NICE and ride good too, tehy're a little stiff without weight in the back, but with any weight, such as your CAP, they ride soo good.. they have always been able to handle a full bed of rocks and soil.. all I need it for
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yea im surprised they are doing anything about it. since it didnt break while they were loading it.
Seriously. If it didn't happen on site at the yard, whatever happens after you leave is usually the owners fault and responcibility. Guess the owner likes you if he's going to pay half to repalce your rear window. Chances are you might have already had a weak point in the glass and having the extra weight bouncing around along with the door slam, could have been enough to blow the glass out.

Anyway, glad to see it worked out for you.
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That was nice of the guy to pay for your window. Truck looks good.
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That was nice of the guy to pay for your window. Truck looks good.
Thanks, and ya the guy was super nice about it, and he will for sure continue to get my business. I know he didn't have to do this for me, and I was in no way looking for him to compensate me for it. I was just letting him know what happened.

I understand the risk of hauling stuff in my truck and I had no porblem paying the $200 to get it fixed.
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Just call safelite. They will patch that up with there epoxy resin in no time. And most insurance plans.......................


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Maybe the cab twisted a little with the weight.. and a soon as the door slammed it shattered..
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