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Old 06-17-2005, 12:13 PM   #1
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I went to go get the rig from Saddleback yesterday after my transmission problem fixed. They did not finish the 3m portion of the body work (stress crack). So I hitched my rockcrawler and found a puddle of hydraulic fluid below the exhaust tip. The mechanic opened the grille and found the slide hoses were either blistered or broken. The service manager called WRV and he was told that WRV had "nothing to do with it" and told him to deal with HWH while the mechanics went to work on mine right there. They replaced a couple of hoses so that I can at least use it for the weekend but took them almost 3 hours.

I am off. When I come back, I will have to take the rig in once again for this. I am really sick of this. How can I trust this brand new rig?

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I went to go get the rig from Saddleback yesterday after my transmission problem fixed. They did not finish the 3m portion of the body work (stress crack). So I hitched my rockcrawler and found a puddle of hydraulic fluid below the exhaust tip. The mechanic opened the grille and found the slide hoses were either blistered or broken. The service manager called WRV and he was told that WRV had "nothing to do with it" and told him to deal with HWH while the mechanics went to work on mine right there. They replaced a couple of hoses so that I can at least use it for the weekend but took them almost 3 hours.

I am off. When I come back, I will have to take the rig in once again for this. I am really sick of this. How can I trust this brand new rig?

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