All the reviews I read before I bought were very positive....
HECK yeah! We got our 2006 used (abused?) October 2017. We wanted new, but were very nervous about putting out that kind of money and not knowing if we liked it. So Mrs V found the model we wanted, but older. The plan was fix it up, see if we liked it, flip it and buy new.
The windshield repair put a delay on the idea of 'flipping' it before we got our new one. A blessing in disguise. We are gonna drive this one until it wont go... and it is such a proven design, it may outlast us.
Not sure how I prove I never told them to do this. Certainly it was NOT on the list I gave them. They don't do a work order to be approved prior to their work. It was shown to me after the fact - too late to avoid it.
Perhaps rather than spend more money on an attorney (though I suspect that is part of PCs bet).
Appreciate everyone's input. I will attempt to get off my soapbox.
THANK YOU for getting up 'on that soapbox'. You ARE helping others here on the forum.
You gave them a list? It is NOT up to you to prove you didnt tell them... it is up to THEM to prove you requested it, or to supply an order from Schwintek that requires it. You are in the right.
However, you are very right in thinking about PC's 'bet' about the mental stress of a lawyer and court case. That is common.
I just got a $7K NEW motor put in my John Deere tractor under warranty. I bought it used, and figured the factory had no obligation to me. LONG story short, it is from a defect that JD knows of, but wont issue a recall. Cheaper to HOPE the engines make it past the warranty period, so the customer cant get warranty on the motor. I lucked out... and found a forum that helped me out. Had not found the forum, and found my warrantee was transferable
, I would have torn the motor apart and fixed it on my own dime and time. Link - https://www.greentractortalk.com/threads/1025r-engine-damage-air-cleaner-broke-off.186388/page-7
My posts start at #124.
FORUMS ROCK. Wonder how long this one has.