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Just Wondering

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I was wondering if it might not be a good option for Accucraft to offer their engines in a "Custom tuned version"? When someone places their order they could take their chances on getting a good runner, or pay extra upfront and be assured that it would be. There are other products that are offered this way, why not Accucraft Loco's. If you are mechanically inclined and like to tinker you can take your chances with what is right of the assembly line, and if not up to par, get it running right yourself. If not, (Like me) it would be well worth the extra money charged to get a well tuned runner right out of the box. As it is now, if you have problems you spend a lot of time and shipping expense to and from Accucraft for warranty work, let alone the chances you take with the shippers messing up your prized Loco in route. I think many would be happy to pay more to get a good runner up front and avoid the hassles down the road. What do you think? :)
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I really cannot believe what I`m reading, You
would offer to pay "Extra Hard Earned Money" to
receive an Item in "Perfect or Near Perfect"
condition over and above the R.R.P..
It is your right to receive the very best these
people can produce, and if for any reason it is
not so, then send it back!.
I don`t care who builds it or for that matter
what it is, It should not require a "Bribe" to
receive what you`ve already paid for, "The Best",
"The Prettiest", "The Fastest", "The Smoothest",
You are entitled to that!.
It also do`se not matter a "Hoot" what Country
built it, be it America, China, Australia, Britain
or "Timbucktoo", We expect the very best they can
produce, or they should take up "Knitting" as a
Hobby. {and dont drop a stich!.} ;-}/DesktopModules/NTForums/themes/mls/emoticons/w00t.gif
John R.
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