As soon as I got back from wrecking the Thug, I ordered two fiberglass fenders and a front bumper from Stinger. They were more expensive than others, but I was told they were the best quality and took the least preparation.

Last week the trick came, and I saw a piece of fender sticking through the box - so I refused.

Stinger called me back saying that he's closed his business and can't repair any damage or make any mire parts. We agreed to have the truck bring back and I could open and inspect - then accept all as is or refuse all.

So I had the trucking company bring the fiberglass fenders and bumper for the Thug back yesterday, so I could open and inspect. There were some chips and scratches, but I accepted of insurance claims and finding someone else to make.

While the thin cardboard box all three parts were thrown in was beat up and clearly had all kinds of Fragile, High Value, don't use forklift stickers all over it - the parts weren't wrapped - just put in the box all together. They look like real nice quality parts if a little crating and shipping care had occurred.​​

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