EBAY SUCKS!!!!! Do not buy from Sprinter91801

Discussion in 'Product Reviews' started by blackbenz300e, Dec 29, 2010.

  1. blackbenz300e

    blackbenz300e Member

    You know, i never took a picture of them when i had them on. Now that you say that i wish i had because it did look kind of funny.
  2. sstoner911

    sstoner911 Epic Member 5+ Years 1000 Posts

    Don't take this the wrong way.....

    This why I don't recommend ebay unless you are absolutely sure of what your buying. I prefer to buy from local shops..one you keep money in your community second if something doesn't fit you have an actual person to talk to.

    You might pay a few extra bucks but its worth it when you have to send stuff back etc....

    Plus who wants to put cheap stuff on your rig anyway.:glasses:

    Not that all ebay stuff is cheap quality but most is I believe when it comes to aftermarket stuff.
  3. blackbenz300e

    blackbenz300e Member

    sstoner, i completely agree with you. i guess i had a momentary lapse of judgment. i then went out and bought new headlights from a local shop and you are correct, they fit and look exactly like they should.
  4. Tony Arms

    Tony Arms Member

    Ebay protects it's buyers. If you have a problem with the seller, open a case with ebay. You will get results. It might cost you return shipping but you will get your full payment back.
  5. BravoGolfTango

    BravoGolfTango Rockstar

    That sucks, I've always had good luck on for car parts, just be sure and checkout their contact info, return policy, ratings, blah blah blah! Worst thing I've done was bought a watch for $1.95 with $24.00 in shipping from Hong Kong, lol was a good seller and a fine looking automatic chronograph watch, but the self-winder was pretty much crap, you could rotate it and watch it stick Vs. a quality watch like Citizen, Seiko, etc. Lesson learned.
  6. Blacksheep1

    Blacksheep1 Rockstar 3 Years 500 Posts

    It's not That aftermarket or Ebay sucks. Most of us have aftermarket items on our rigs. Plus Ebay does have access to things you won't find at your local places. It still comes down to watching what and who you buy from as there are mistakes made and bad deals at local shops and on line. Also asking questions before you buy and before you (try to/or) install your new parts.
  7. racekid91

    racekid91 Rockstar 3 Years 100 Posts

    I bought my headlights off ebay. I've had nothing but GREAT luck with them. They fit great, everything went on smooth, and I got everything on time.

    But I'd rather buy something in person, than order it.

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