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Old 09-20-2012, 10:57 PM
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Originally Posted by rocketman2440 View Post
I also run their raw power pump, and it works great. Their customer service is second to none, always quick to respond, and make the customer happy!
I couldnt agree with you more. My first pump..(wvo designs) was leaking at install. Gave them a call, and in 3days..(in CA), pump at door. Been work'n for 10k+ now. Dropshipped my other.

"from reading" threads/other forums...people have their opinions. Til now, i have no complaints. I figure, the $500 spent, thats 100 buks a year, with warranty. With all the r/d in these pumps, with the pricing, i figure, i was in good hands. A buddy of mine run'n wvo, also uses his oem ford pump, but he also carries a few spares as well. From what he's said/been thru, i didnt want to go that route. Now, what your say'n Jason, it leaves an "avenue" for if/when, knock on wood, theres an issue...but, i leave my d2 full, have a switch connected to my d2 pump, so if prob does arise, flip switch and back on road, unless not wvo related
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