My point was, when Jeremiah worked on my rig several years ago they did good work for a fair price and got it done in the time frame promised. Over time they got bigger and started taking on more work, maybe too much too fast. But they eventually would have come to their senses (I believe) and "right sized" their workload to what they could reasonably handle.
Then LMG stepped in and they all got stars in their eyes about manufacturing and selling lots of parts. They tried to do too much too fast. In business, many times what works on a small scale doesnt work on a larger scale.
I hope Jeremiah and/or John have the oppotunity again someday to open another small shop and go back to doing custom builds on a small scale like they did before.
Randy Rosetta KDØKWX TLCA #19351 NOW 2015 Rubicon Hard Rock & (2) 1970 Boss 302 Mustang's THEN 69 FJ40 Buggy "Meanie", Mini-truck "Gecko" & 74 FJ40 "Blue Mule"