FridgeFreezer Posted January 21, 2008 Share Posted January 21, 2008 Just a scenario for you: Suppose someone had bought a set of, oh, let's call them Faddocks Land Rover Parts own-brand stub axles, wheel bearings, oil seals, brake discs and pads to repair one's Range Rover with. Upon fitting them, suppose the fit of these parts was so poor that no sooner had the EP90 gone into the axle than it had appeared out of the hubs, run down the brake disc and contaminated the new pads, which would hypothetically leave said person at a high state of miff having spent all evening in the p*ssing rain rebuilding the hubs. What do you suppose that person might reasonably expect Faddocks to do to rectify this, given the trade descriptions act and all that stuff? Obviously this is just an imaginary scenario and bears no resemblance to any actual parts supplier Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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