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I see that ridegear.com is a sponsored link for this site. I ordered a Blingstar Grab Bar from them and they sent me the wrong one. It would not fit my quad because there is not a mount for my exhaust pipe. They would not return any emails, I called numerous times. Everytime I called I would either get a message saying their hours are 8-5, call back. So I would call back during their business hours and I would get a message saying they're too busy to accept calls, call back. So here I am, 4 months later stuck with a grab bar that I can't use. Still no email response.

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THAT BLOWS!!!!! ADMIN and QUADCRAZY need to get ahold of them for you and have them Fix it or Be Gone with the Advertisement:aargh:

What are the Particulars and I will see if I can get through...:yes: I love this chit:realmad:

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It was actually a Christmas gift from my lady. She order the Blingstar bumper with # plate for my 2007 TRX450ER. There needs to be an exhaust mount on it, the one they sent me does not.

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I understand all of that....I was asking that if you wanted help....I will try but I will need some info...Like an Order # Part # or something that tells them that they indeed Screwed you up...

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Oh sorry, :unsure: I will have my wife look at her Emails so I can get all that info for you. I will even get the purchase date and all the info I can. I would love to get the right one. Thank you very much for your help. Even if you don't get through, thanks:wink:

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I am really thankful for both of your help, and thanks quadcrazy in advance. Even if it is not resolved thanks for trying.

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