Discussion in 'Ford Raptor Lighting Forum [GEN 2]' started by Jeevan Berar, Nov 27, 2020.
Can I sell you a period, or four?
I believe you took things a little personally and out of context.
So I will restate my point. My comments were not discrediting ANY vendor. All supporting vendors on here are great people. I work with a lot of them on here and any that need anything, or just to talk, I urge them to reach out. I would love to help or support any one of them.
I was making the point that ANY retailer of ANY sort, meaning a Ford dealer, a Chevy dealer, a Camera Dealer, ANYONE will have a LITTLE bias towards the products they sell or promote the most. It is important for us all to point out details and FACTS about products, but ultimately the consumer should get what they like. Not just what a vendor tells them they should like. We as vendors should always offer our advice and opinions, but just like the guy that says Chevy is better... the other guy says Ford is better, and as the guy buying whatever it is, they should gather all of the facts we all give them so they can to take the advice but get what makes them happy. I am a facts guy. If I told you I or anyone else with a retail business wasn't at least a little bias with their products of preference, then I would be a liar. I am not a liar. Being Bias isn't a negative condonation either. Bias just means leaning one way or the other based on preference.
I think I can speak for Nick at Apollo as well, (and any other Vendor on here, hopefully you as well) that he would want his customers to be happy with their decisions as well. When I was stating facts vs hearsay, I was also referring to things such as video vs just words or opinions from multiple sources, so people can draw their own conclusions. So again, I think you took that a bit personal for some reason. I was simply providing information and advice for someone that it's ok to say, "I personally like this item better". I don't know of any vendor on here that sells a "Bad Product". It's just personal opinion and preference. When someone has their product 6 months and says, "I got this one because you told me to... I wish I had just purchased the one I wanted.." Then we have all failed. Unfortunately, I have seen that a LOT over the years in the retail business. Not that they were pushed maliciously necessarily, but that they simply took one opinion other than weighing in on their own preference as well. I want consumers to feel like part of the decision making process. It's important to me. It always has been. I like happy customers. I like THRILLED customers. I like customers who feel like THEY made the decision.
Hope that all makes sense. Again, I think I can speak (hopefully) for all vendors on here. We want our customers to be happy with their purchases. We want to provide you the advice and the information. But it's ok to make your personal decision on preference to your taste. You're the customer.
Harbor Freight $68, I have each side wired separately and pointing off to the side. This is so I can run with the passenger side on and not blind people. These light up the whole world on each side of the truck.
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