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    Go to the BS board and read the: '7 GOT DANM WEEKS' post.
    Big Blocks RULE!

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    I read the other post and think that is a bunch of crap. Is USA 6x6 the only place to get Rockwell parts? I can definately understand your annoyance. This post and the ones by Hammer make me wonder how this guy can stay in buisness.

    Joel

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    I think it's a bunch of bullsh!t that the guy gets a write up 4Wheel & Off Road and other 4x4 magazines and he's dicking people around.
    Big Blocks RULE!

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    Man, I've heard nothing but horror stories about this outfit. Run a google search, and find some BBS topics about them. I *think* pirate4x4.com or pirateoffroad.com (one's apretty good site, the other is a joke - I keep confusing them) forums has some write-ups about them.
    "other peoples junk, is something or other" - Militarypotts 02/07/2011

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    They must have a monopoly on the Rockwell market othwise they would be out of buisness. I remember reading the threads on the web site that Hammer had linked, they had hothing good to say.

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    I think that USA6x6 just had one hell of a PR guy who spent alot of time posting on boards about all the wonderful products they make, and getting mags to do articles on them. He was working his butt off getting the USA6x6 name out there, while the production guys were in the back drinking, playing poker, looking at porn....anything but actual production work.

    Great sales force, poor production staff.
    -B.

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    "other peoples junk, is something or other" - Militarypotts 02/07/2011

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    Nice link Robert. One of our Senior members had a set of wheels go out to like 9 weeks! Our guy called at 7 weeks and Daniel said they had been stolen. Geesh.
    Big Blocks RULE!

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    He was banned from Pirate4X4.com because of his dealings and poor quality controll...My only dealings with him was for some hummer tires he had I went and personally picked them up since it is only about 3.5 hours from me.. I suppose he has a shop somewhere but the place where he keeps the tires is a fenced in area next to the railroad tracks with a couple open sided barns like you would store hay in..

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    He is getting more press the TV show "Trucks" is doing a power wagon and using all his stuff. He also gave Jessi James the wheels for his rock crawler.

    Frank

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