You crossed the line as usual. You took what Caver Dave said here and repeated it over there after you admitted you knew nothing about it.
From JU board:
Didn't you get a 'tar and feathering' over at ORC forum about doing this same thing a few years ago?
Isn't that why you came over here to JU?
Or am I thinking of something else you did to get tarred & feathered at ORC?
Anyway, your credibility is zero over there, and should be sinking fast here if people are paying attention...
You shot your self again by ignoring the problem, I don't have any sympathy for you...
The JU moderator’s response (next post) was:
JYG this kind of constant argumentitive BS will not be tolerated.
Not exactly as you represented it.
I led a protest over jeepsr4ever and his company Bulltear because of his business practices and his spamming this board with his “products”. He left the sbc section anyway, shortly after challenges over his oil specially formulated for AMC engines.
You were wrong in that his “credibility is zero” over here. There are those who support him.
As far as his bad gears, I can make a pretty good guess what’s going on. Manufacturers don’t typically test every item in a run of something like this. They take a sample size and test it. They assume the sample size is representative of the whole. If the sample shows too high a reject rate, rather than sort the good ones from the bad, they just throw the entire run in a box and sell it. It’s up to the buyer to sort them out or do whatever with them.
A lot of people buy these up and don’t want to go through the sort process so they just sell them the way they are and if you get a bad one and IF you contact them, they will replace it. The problem is that, in addition to your frustration determining it to be bad and the delay waiting for a replacement, you have to pay the return postage as many times as it takes to get a good part. This practice is very common on ebay especially with electronic and computer products.
My guess is this is exactly what Bulltear did with these gears and jyg is correct, you don’t want a super hard distributor gear mated with your stock cam distributor drive gear.