View Full Version : Tb88 Where Are You?!
02-11-2004, 08:17 PM
If anyone can reach TB88 please do so for me please!. I'm in dire need for my supercharger rebuild kit which I bought almost a month ago for my car. The mechanic is going to have the car towed at my EXPENSE! I've tried emails but get no response! In the pass I've had great experiences with tb88 but now I feel felt out in the cold. If your busy with personal stuff just let me know so I can get the kit elsewhere. Normally I can wait but this car is going to towed away so I'm out of time.
02-11-2004, 09:48 PM
I am also looking for him. I have tried to e-mail him several times and have heard no word. I need to get a hold of him about this tranny I got fom him. I have heard he has been moving his shop to a better place. I have purchased gaskets and this tranny from wynn, but now I am having doubts and maybe start going somewhere else. He is a great guy, and is in my club, but I just don't know what to do now.
02-12-2004, 10:40 AM
This thread has the most recent updates on his situation:
As far as getting your car towed due to a supercharger rebuild kit. ~~~? You don't need the supercharger running to run the car. Remove the belt, and drive the car whereever you want to go. Don't have it towed. No need.
02-12-2004, 04:59 PM
I'm sure wynn is a great guy.. however, from what I have seen, I sure as heck wouldn't order a dammed thing from him. The absolute worst thing you can do on these order issues is to respond with the silent treatment which is what I'm seeing.
He appears to have had plenty of opportunity to go to the public library, log onto a terminal and post a response. No DSL = No excuse.
When he accepted $$ for something, the relationship at that very second officially went from one of a friend to a business transaction. At that very moment, his obligations changed and the excuse account was closed! You all should stop trying to accept payment from the excuse account; you're being had.
Sorry if I offended anyone, but this needed to be said.
02-13-2004, 12:23 AM
For one you don't know what the hell you are talking about. If anyone cared enough to look at the board there have been several threads posted looking for him. I have stepped in and offered after taking my time to have people email me for his number. As of the last post made on the subject onely 2 people have called him at the shop. I sent out about 8 emails so far with his number. Half of the orders that he is getting are items in a box with a note and money order attached saying what they want, half of the people don't even bother to let him know it's coming.
He's been working 7 days a week getting this stuff straightened out. Where the hell is the public Liberry in Beaumont Freaking Texas anyway? He ain't hiding from no one if you want to get in touch with him it's really not that hard, you just got to be able to do something besides stare at a computer moniter all day long. Reach your atrophed arm out and pick up the phone and call him.
As I have stated before if you want his shop # email me and I will get it to you.
02-13-2004, 12:37 AM
The other thread.
02-13-2004, 01:04 AM
I'm one of the ones Jeff emailed the number too and just for the record I haven't called him yet but will be this week to order some gaskets.
02-13-2004, 01:53 PM
Well Jeff never e-mailed me the number. Oh and by the way Jeff, where is my 3 jaw puller you have of mine?
02-13-2004, 08:57 PM
Well Stephen why would I email you his number when I didn't even know you were looking for it. I am a smart MFer, but I ain't a mind reader.
Next time I get by Vern's house I'll drop it off, baring any short term memory lapses. As I recall you rented that puller so that we could trade your 94' SC pulley for one of my early pulleys. I also recall that I told you that you would need a puller since I didn't have one, since you forgot to bring/borrow/rent a puller I suggested that you rent one at an Autozone near my house, since you drove all the way from Clear Lake to Houston. Yes I offered to return it and forgot, my bad. After about a month you said you would rather keep it. You have been over to my house (namely to help me with my computer that I am on right now, and I greatly appreciate this) but you forgot about it as well. I also agreed to just pay you at one time but we were in the middle of something and it wasn't an inopertune moment (like at Dinner one time, and working on a car, playing pool) and time passed and the subject was not discussed later.
Since we don't really talk that often and we are both busy, it seemed to me that it wasn't a big deal. I think about it when I see it but it never fails that I am distracted by something else.
The way I see your statement you are attacking my character, and I don't like that. You make it sound as I just borrowed it and never returned it.
I will email you his number or PM you if needed. Expect it shortly.
02-13-2004, 09:14 PM
I didn't think you were a mind reader. I was simply stating that you have not e-mailed me his number. I have posted up a couple of times that I was also looking for him. And you have seemed to get his number to other people looking for him.
As far as your character is concerned, I was not attacking it by far. I was just stating that I was wanting my puller back. You were correct about me renting the puller and swapping the pulley on my 95 at the time. You had also told me, since it was late already that you would return it for me. I find out a FEW months later that you stil had it. You have offered to pay me the money for it, but have not done so. I am like you, as i tend to forget about things like that. So I was not attacking you about it, just simplyasking for it once again, as I am going to need it.
Quit reading so much into something, that was only meant as a question. Lighten up man. All is cool here.
He helped me out with a minor interior part at no charge a year ago. That doesn't sound like a scammer to me.
02-13-2004, 09:22 PM
Wynn has helped me on a couple of different occasions. He is not a scammer by far.
02-13-2004, 09:39 PM
Wynn has helped me too. I baught off of him part of a 35th's back seat to replace mine, and some sensor connectors. When I received my back seat I noticed that the connectors were not with the seat so I emailed him and told him what had happened. He replyed saying that he had forgot to put them in with the seat and emeadiatly shiped them to me via priority mail at no charge to me. I have faith in that Wynn will come through for us.
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