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Man! thats a great price for the lockright....

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Yea tim is great!! i ordered 4 springs from him about 2 months ago and well i havnt got them yet only B/c the manufacturer is on backorder but tim calls me everyother day to fill me in on the status...he even saved 3 of them at his house so they wouldnt send 3 in one shipment and 1 in the other and double charge me!!!
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As more good feedback for Tim, I just recieved my Lock-rite and birfields from him. I ordered them from 'im on Monday, and they arrive exactly when he said they would. I also ordered my Calmini t-case gears from him, and they are due early next week! The birfields I got are from breeze industries, they sell for $49 a PAIR, which is really cheap compared to everyone else! Kudos to TIM!

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when i ordered my lock-rite frim tim at NCO it took 3 days to get to my door he is THE MAN

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TIM IS DEFINATELY THE MAN !!! I have ordered from him twice and have gotten excellent service both times.
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I agree 200% !! I've ordered alot of items from Tim and each order went without a hitch.

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I've looked at the breeze rings and wasn't impressed. The rings do not reinforce the area most prone to breakage, that being the outter edge. The Breeze ring stops at the ridge on the birf. The Spidertrax rings press over ridge. The Calmini Cups go one step further by reinforcing the ridge area as well as the opening.

I went with the spidertrax rings. For the $50 extra, I wanted the extra beef.

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Thats funny, i got two lockers today from tim as well. My father bought them and sent them to me so they can be installed in his new R/P's that he got. Ordered on monday and to my door today! Thats dam good service, got my felts that i ordered as well in the same time. (3 days total). Max

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I also have to agree. He's more than willing to answer any and all questions. Even when his basement flooded he still made time to talk to me and ship out a shift locater bolt i was in bad need of.




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