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Re: what is nwor #631621 08/01/05 09:40 PM
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enutter Offline
bump- Just want as many people as possible to see this.

"E" Nutter
1988 Toyota 4runner 3.0 V6, some mods

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Re: what is nwor [Re: enutter] #631622 08/02/05 03:51 PM
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bigdirtdog Offline
Getting the Wheeling Fever
I've just talk with one of tech guys in the warehouse and said he can't make their headers fast enough and they are on backorder. Well who's buying their stuff and this Header that they make does not need a gasket, anybody installed NWOR headers NWOR says you don't need a body lift or anything? Oh yeah, I have a set of MSD 8.5 wires I think they work great, but the Coil to Dist wire sets too tall above the hood line, so I can't use the MSD wire have to stick with stock wire and of course NWOR said thats just fine.

94 xtra-cab 4x4 V6 98k, K&N intake, Custom Flowmaster exhaust, Edelbrock IAS Shocks, Cross-Drilled Vented Disc, 31x10.50 AT on American Racing wheels, Hella Headlights 90/130W and Corbeau Sports seats, Addco Sway Bars FR & RR.
Re: what is nwor [Re: bigdirtdog] #631623 08/02/05 06:13 PM
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enutter Offline
I believe that most of their sales are from foreign countries. Poor souls. Their salesman told me he speaks three different languages. Why else would they close down their showroom? I was going to buy their headers until they tried to rip me off. Also, you are making a big mistake by believing anything that comes out of their mouths. <img src="/forums/images/graemlins/shame.gif" alt="" />

"E" Nutter
1988 Toyota 4runner 3.0 V6, some mods

Re: what is nwor [Re: toyotaguy55] #631624 08/02/05 08:07 PM
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Jeff the marmot Offline
Roll Me Over
Five years ago I bought some lift parts from them. I had multiple problems with it. I agree they have an extremely poor return/refund policy (almost non-existent). They wouldn't assist me in any way. Even the manufacturer said I had to go through the retailer (NWOR) for service/warranty stuff and they still refused to help me at all.

Later I also confronted them a couple times about their blatant false advertising of their coil-overs for the front of Tacomas and 3rd gen 4Runners. They refused to change their ads even over the course of a couple years. The specs were way off and were actually only true for a competing product.

Don't get sucked into the lie that their parts are better. Just avoid them. You'll save yourself time and money.

2000 4Runner SR5, supercharger, rear e-locker, ARB front locker, 285/75R16 MT/R's, custom bumpers & skids
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Re: what is nwor [Re: bigdirtdog] #631625 08/03/05 12:39 AM
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Pappy Offline
Next time call LC Engineering and get their Magnicor wires. Love mine. Oh, and get their loom too. Functional, and it looks good.

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