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    Thumbs up Namrick

    Having supplied the wrong sized bolts Namrick have just delivered, free of charge, the correct ones following a simple email.

    Well done Namrick.

    Andi.
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    Good company that, I used them extensively during my build.

    Only supplied one item wrong and they quickly sent the right ones out, and I returned the wrong ones to them as they were quite valuable items.

    Good to hear they are still keeping up their good reputation.

    Craig.

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    I'll second that! Excellent company. We are very qick to critisize, but should give praise where it is due.
    Cheers, Clive

    (If I'm not here, I'm either in my new workshop or on the golf course!)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Clive View Post
    I'll second that! Excellent company. We are very qick to critisize, but should give praise where it is due.
    Agree. I ordered some bolts from them. They contacted me to say they were out of stock of 2 of the 3 sizes and were not sure when they would be back in stock so were sending the third one FOC.

    Excellent service, so I've ordered all my stainless bolts from them since
    Lloyd B
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    Quote Originally Posted by andicole0 View Post
    Having supplied the wrong sized bolts Namrick have just delivered, free of charge, the correct ones following a simple email.

    Well done Namrick.

    Andi.
    Good to see there's still some good old fashioned customer service based companies out there who still care about their customers.
    Paul

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    They get my vote too! (and spocks!)
    Last edited by Sidecarbod; 14-01-09 at 06:20 PM.
    This forum has a high proportion of people that lack basic manners.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lumberjack View Post
    Good to see there's still some good old fashioned customer service based companies out there who still care about their customers.
    Paul
    Just sent for their catalogue because of the above comments!Cheers Guys.
    Jim
    Crendon fan!!

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    Cool

    Quote Originally Posted by andicole0 View Post
    Having supplied the wrong sized bolts Namrick have just delivered, free of charge, the correct ones following a simple email.

    Well done Namrick.

    Andi.

    Can someone please ley me have their contact details as I soon hope to start building a Sumo, if I don't get put of by some of the jokers on this site. LOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by jgfabs View Post
    Just sent for their catalogue because of the above comments!Cheers Guys.
    Me too!!
    Cheers Paul

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    Just sounding the usual warning - be careful just where you use SS nuts/bolts. They don't (unless very special) have the tensile strength of normal HT steel ones.

    e.g. - don't even think about using them anywhere on your suspension, nor for engine mountings etc. There are high tensile grades, but they are v rare. Some previous threads about this on this forum, the search function is your friend.

    Dress up is what they are good for.
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