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jeepmandave 04-19-2017 12:49 PM

My classic2current experience
 
A few weeks ago I ordered a set of floor pans for my J20. I ordered from C2C because it said something like moulded to fit. WRONG! Poor fit. I called customer service and they asked me to email pics..I did. I waited and heard nothing back until I contacted them through eBay. After a few emails they told me to send the uncut ones back after I told them that every single one had to be cut because they were too big to fit. I understand SOME trimming but this was ridiculous. The fit was awful but they just wanted to blame me for all the problems. Just buy sheet metal and make your own...Much cheaper. I'm forever done with this company.

SJTD 04-19-2017 01:30 PM

What did you want from them after trying to use the parts?

Seems if you get crummy parts you send them back, not try to use them and complain when they don't fit.

But thanks for the warning.

KaiserMan 04-19-2017 07:43 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by SJTD

Seems if you get crummy parts you send them back, not try to use them and complain when they don't fit.



And how would he have known they don't fit if he hadn't tried to use them?


Classic2Current is a really hit or miss place when it comes to quality.

SJTD 04-19-2017 10:18 PM

Maybe a good point. I'd have thought you could tell before starting if they were that bad. I think I'd have stopped after the first one, though.

"Every single one". How many are there?

Full Size Jeeper 09-30-2017 03:06 PM

I bought a set of front floor pans from them and had no problems with mine. Fit was as expected. Looked just like what was in my Wagoneer. If you go to my build thread you can see what mine looked like and how I put them in. Again, the install is not perfect, but came out okay for a nonprofessional.

mrtazwrench 10-07-2017 11:57 AM

Were you working on a wagon or a J-truck? I think they have wagon rear floor pan listed under J-truck also.

WrenchMonkey 10-13-2017 05:40 PM

I got the correct pans for my truck and they mostly fit pretty decent... but I have many hours welding, bending, cutting, welding, grinding, hammering, blow torching, ect ad naseum... maybe they could fit a little better..


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