everyone is a potential customer! i happen to like the stylings of the bike, its kinda creamy and what not, but there are significant problems with it. lets just say one of us decide to buy it, and then something fallas apart, or the wheel smacks the exhaust, breaks the clamps, and maybe chunks the studs right out of the head...what then? will barnbuilder just say "too fuckin bad, you did that, thats your fault" or would you hold yourself accountable and offer to either fix it double quick or refund all of the purchase price? thats the issue, its about integrity above all elseSonreir said:Everyone is a potential customer though, right?
I know it might not seem like it, but the folks here are just trying to help.
If there were quality issues with any of the products I sell, I'd want to know about it.
integrity in your product, and yourself as one human being dealing with another human being
kinda like...if you were to buy a car off of craigslist, and 2 miles down the road all the wheels fell off because someone forgot to tighten the lugnuts...who is at fault? if the customer asked you to check the lugnuts, but you were too foolhardy to do so youd be in a world of hurt when those wheels come flying off at highway speeds and the car you built crashes into some family with their kids and kills someone
JESUS is right