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Old 05-17-2012, 04:14 PM   #16
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Avid is the only way to go. David & co. have top notch customer service period.
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Old 05-17-2012, 04:51 PM   #17
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Avid is the only way to go. David & co. have top notch customer service period.
I have had one wrong item in 1 order from the 8-10 orders I have placed since last year with AVID. That too was dealt with quickly and efficiently free of charge to me with fast shipping!!

That said I am also looking to buy in bulk.
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Old 05-18-2012, 02:27 AM   #18
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+1. Avid are awesome..product quality and customer support. last year over x-mas one of my shipments went "missing". it was an order for 2 full sets for my mbx6R. when i mailed them after some time and suspecting they were gone they promtly resent the order with a more expensive shipping option. i received my new shipment on time and was a happy camper. A month later the old shipment magically appeared olmost two months after i oredered them. I emailed Avid and offered to pay them for those sets as i was now sitting with 4 full sets of bearings for my kar and only paid for two. They told me that it was absolutely not necessary, and that i can have the other two sets as an apology for the "inconvenience".
Good guys and i'll def keep on buying my bearings from them
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