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#1 ezapar

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Posted 30 May 2008 - 12:08 PM

I had hoped to get a set for my 84 coupe. I was hoping for a set of uncut blanks so I could cut them to fit. They only offer products for imprezas and newer vehicles.
So I emailed them. After a week, I asked some folks at DirtyImpreza.com to give me input about the company. They said Rally Armor was a good company, try calling them. So I called. The nice lady who answered the phone said she remembered my email and remembered discussing it. But, since they don't sell blanks, they declined to tell me so. :confused: :rolleyes:
The phone call ended with me saddened by the fact that they won't sell me a set of blanks. They'll only sell me a set if I give them the dimensions I need and they cut them for me.
Pretty damn near impossible. You see, I need blanks so I can cut them to fit the car while I'm under it looking at it. Catch 22 or something.


Anyways. Unless you're important to them, they won't respond to your emails. That's bad customer relations. Cuz you see, the customer just might own 2 imprezas as well as race a Rally Car that could use some Sweet Mudflaps. That would be me, and I tend to go with what I know and reuse the same product on my different cars. Coulda been a love affair.

#2 subeman90

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Posted 02 June 2008 - 10:26 AM

I might have something that would work for you...let me take a look when i get home

#3 bratman18

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Posted 18 September 2008 - 01:52 PM

I had hoped to get a set for my 84 coupe. I was hoping for a set of uncut blanks so I could cut them to fit. They only offer products for imprezas and newer vehicles.
So I emailed them. After a week, I asked some folks at DirtyImpreza.com to give me input about the company. They said Rally Armor was a good company, try calling them. So I called. The nice lady who answered the phone said she remembered my email and remembered discussing it. But, since they don't sell blanks, they declined to tell me so. :confused: :rolleyes:
The phone call ended with me saddened by the fact that they won't sell me a set of blanks. They'll only sell me a set if I give them the dimensions I need and they cut them for me.
Pretty damn near impossible. You see, I need blanks so I can cut them to fit the car while I'm under it looking at it. Catch 22 or something.


Anyways. Unless you're important to them, they won't respond to your emails. That's bad customer relations. Cuz you see, the customer just might own 2 imprezas as well as race a Rally Car that could use some Sweet Mudflaps. That would be me, and I tend to go with what I know and reuse the same product on my different cars. Coulda been a love affair.


Give them a really large dimension so that you can still cut them to your specs!:headbang:

#4 Phizinza

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Posted 20 September 2008 - 12:35 AM

Give them a really large dimension so that you can still cut them to your specs!:headbang:

I think the point here is they didn't treat Zap like he would have like and how anyone would have like as far as I'm concerned. And what do you do with a place like this? You leave them alone so they can sit there making no profit selling nothing because they fail




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