Originally Posted by Goin camping
Since I did not discuss this lousy work with the shop and thus deprive them of the opportunity to make it right. I don't feel its fair for me to name them.
However since you are well known on this forum I did not want people to jump to the conclusion it was you when it was not.
I just wanted to remind everyone to ask questions and check the work done on their trailers. Even a good shop can fumble the ball.
People are people, and we can all make mistakes in our work, regardless of career.
Mistakes, can easily be corrected, usually.
Sloppy workmanship, to me, is highly discriptive of a mechanics attitude. "Hey, if it's good enough for me, it's good enough for you" type thinking, is a hazard for all of us.
Thanks to this Forums, shops or people that do less than acceptable type work, are usually weeded out.
Scares me to think if a shop turns out sloppy work that you can see, what might they have done under the covers?
All of us, must be cautious of who does what for us.
If the shop is good, let others know. If the shop does sloppy work, let others know.
Same is true of labor charges.