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    #76
    Originally posted by fuentejps View Post
    *CENSORED BLEEP* this pisses me off. *CENSORED BLEEP* dme's, pt's and ot's are all *CENSORED BLEEP* worthless idiots. shove that *CENSORED BLEEP* chair up their *CENSORED BLEEP* *CENSORED BLEEP* corey. i cant believe tilite stands by and lets their dealers *CENSORED BLEEP* w/ ppl. call tilite
    Fuentejps - You are certainly passionate. Have you tried decaf and/or yoga?

    Please keep in mind, we don't condone any such action but we have limited control of how our customers (the DMEs) run their businesses. We constantly review the DME thread (that you started) for any questionable business practices. If there is a concern, we forward that information to the TiLite rep who oversees that territory/DME. From there we work together to remedy the problem(s). Our stand is to educate both end-users and DMEs as much as possible. Unless there is a heinous crime against humanity, your DME thread has a more immediate impact on a DME than getting a "parental conversation" from TiLite, as your thread affects their bottom line.

    PS - Did you really drill holes in your frame?
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      #77
      Originally posted by totoL1 View Post
      You don`t have because you don`t have sideguards, it just a little tit that is in the hardware of the sideguard that gets into a hole in the frame.
      ...for the record, we call that a "dowel pin"
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        #78
        Originally posted by fuentejps View Post
        . theres a tit on the inside of the side guard bracket that goes into the frame.
        Hey!! you two, it wasn`t me who cold the dowel pin a tit, i didn`t know what was a tit, but i supposed it was that in what i was thinking in.

        Now i know what is a tit, if someday i buy a Tilite i want them in my chair, i`m not worry about the extra weight

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          #79
          I plan on making my own back upholstery....out of silicone
          Last edited by TexasWheelz; 23 Jul 2010, 4:09 PM. Reason: hmm picture wouldn't show up correctly so removed link...
          Most everything I say is

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            #80
            Originally posted by TiLite View Post
            Fuentejps - You are certainly passionate. Have you tried decaf and/or yoga?

            Please keep in mind, we don't condone any such action but we have limited control of how our customers (the DMEs) run their businesses. We constantly review the DME thread (that you started) for any questionable business practices. If there is a concern, we forward that information to the TiLite rep who oversees that territory/DME. From there we work together to remedy the problem(s). Our stand is to educate both end-users and DMEs as much as possible. Unless there is a heinous crime against humanity, your DME thread has a more immediate impact on a DME than getting a "parental conversation" from TiLite, as your thread affects their bottom line.

            PS - Did you really drill holes in your frame?
            just 1 on each side. really was easier than i thought......is the new zr2 thinner, because my other zr was much harder to drill. i love it regardless. great piece. all i have to do is toss the casters in the trash and put on aluminum fl sr and im set.

            and alot of your dealers are incompetent, you guys need to keep them in check. they dont push whats best for the gimkp but what they have the biggest margin on. thats not right.
            Last edited by fuentejps; 23 Jul 2010, 4:55 PM.
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              #81
              John,

              I e-mailed them explaining my concern, hopefully we can get it figured out. I think he screwed up when I told him I wanted the series 2 not the series 1, he said he will just copy over the order forms but he probably left out those details or misread them.
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                #82
                John you realize that those holes probably voided your warenty?

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                  #83
                  this is my 3rd tilite, i dont see how 2 holes would void my warranty.
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                    #84
                    Originally posted by canuck View Post
                    John you realize that those holes probably voided your warenty?
                    LOL...the chair only needs to make it about one year.
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                      #85
                      I know but I thought I would put it out there for others that are reading this thread.

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                        #86
                        Originally posted by Brianm View Post
                        LOL...the chair only needs to make it about one year.
                        nah, i'll run this one for 2 yrs at least
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                          #87
                          Originally posted by fuentejps View Post
                          nah, i'll run this one for 2 yrs at least
                          John, you do know these postings are archived for eternity, right?
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                            #88
                            Originally posted by totoL1 View Post
                            Hey!! you two, it wasn`t me who cold the dowel pin a tit, i didn`t know what was a tit, but i supposed it was that in what i was thinking in.

                            Now i know what is a tit, if someday i buy a Tilite i want them in my chair, i`m not worry about the extra weight
                            i'm with Toto! I want tits in my chair...not holding my sideguards in place...although...hmmmm....that sounds pretty cool too. I wonder how the warranty would handle that situation. Whatever...its Friday! Time to go accessorize with some "tits" and test the weight limit on my new ZR!
                            July 2006 T3/T4 Para

                            Out of all the schooling and course work and parenting i received, i can't help but think someone should have warned me about this....Paralysis Blows.

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                              #89
                              Originally posted by TexasWheelz View Post
                              I plan on making my own back upholstery....out of silicone
                              Silicone? too heavy.

                              Originally posted by fuentejps View Post
                              this is my 3rd tilite, i dont see how 2 holes would void my warranty.
                              for example if you will have a problem like this in your new holes, it will be your problem, not tilite`s.
                              Last edited by totoL1; 24 Jul 2010, 7:47 AM.

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                                #90
                                if that frame cant take 1 hole, it would be my last tilite
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