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Old 04-10-2014, 10:28 PM   #1
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Default cusco replacement parts!!!

So I have a set of zero 2r's and the right rear just started leaking. I've been on the phone and email with their customer service reps (if you can call them that) and their solution is to sell me A BRAND NEW SET OF REARS FOR 1067$ PLUS SHIPPING. No discount or anything. Their reasoning is that they're discontinued. Ssooooo that would be like Chevy not working on 2008s cause the 2014 models are out.

After losing my mind on Yuki the service rep, who couldn'tunderstand why I just don't dump another grand into the company with no proof that they will stand behind their product when i need it in a few years, i found graveyard motorsports. They have a stockpile of stuff for less than I'd have even spent shipping back to Cusco Japan in the first place!!

I wanted to get the word out to other people with blown sets of Cusco's and that they aren't up the creek without a paddle, cause that's all i found on these forums.

Good luck to you people! Don't buy a new set of zero 3's. That's asinine.

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Old 04-11-2014, 12:58 AM   #2
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Or you could have just called around for places that rebuild coilovers too...
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Old 04-11-2014, 01:13 AM   #3
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Originally Posted by mitch808 View Post
Or you could have just called around for places that rebuild coilovers too...
Yea....feal doesnt charge very much. Might as well get all 4 rebuilt and good for another 40k miles of easy driving.
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