Join Date: Aug 2010
Location: Port Elgin, Ontario
Oh brother, that sucks balls, nothing better than people selling shit and not being honest and up-front.
That's another reason I prefer to buy new or even used from my guy at the dealership I've been buying from for the last 12 years , but that's another discussion.
Can't help you with the pics, load them up into an album in your profile and go from there.
First question as far as how the truck drives.....did you not take it for a test drive prior to buying and find this lack of power ?
Were those tires on the vehicle when you looked at it, and if the seller said they were new, and they were not, why did you hand over the cheque ?
As far as the certification goes, legally, I think that falls back on whoever signed it and said it passed.
If the law says that tire cracks are OK, only mentioning tire tread depth for instance, then you don't have much to fall back on. Is it ethical or the right way to do things ?
No, but it might still be within the boundary's of what's legally acceptable, thus passing the safety.
Sorry about your luck, that really sucks, but without more information on what you did to protect yourself from buying a piece of shit, not all of this falls on the seller.
- 6550 lb bundle of joy