ATP 4.0 Lift - Still Waiting since 5.10.2018

Discussion in 'Renegade Modified Tech' started by vad3rw3rks, Aug 12, 2018.

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When you ordered from ATP - How long did it take?

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  1. vad3rw3rks

    vad3rw3rks Member

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    What gives?

    Anyone else had this hard of a time buying something from ATP? Granted I ordered through Quadratec - who I've been using since I got into Jeeps years back without a problem, but this is getting to be a bit on the ridiculous side. Since I placed my order I've gotten word that the back order was extended 3 times.

    I come on the forum and everyone who ordered directly through ATP seems to have had theirs delivered already while I'm still waiting. Now my fear is if I cancel my order through Quadratec, that I'll be waiting until next year to have this. Seems a bit silly that it's easier to source parts for my 5 Ton military truck lol.

    Alright my rant is over but I'll seriously never order anything from ATP again.
     
  2. Corrupt_Reverend

    Corrupt_Reverend Member

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    Sounds like you should be avoiding quadratec rather than ATP.
     
  3. vad3rw3rks

    vad3rw3rks Member

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    That's kinda where I was going with my post - Has anyone else had issues with ATP or is it just Quadratec? Just weird that I've ordered tons of stuff from them over the last decade without an issue until I bought this lift.

    I also emailed ATP without response which to me seems a little sketchy. I guess the good thing is the Toaster is my beater so waiting on parts isn't absolutely horrible.
     
  4. BUtrlhhawk

    BUtrlhhawk New Member

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    Hmm.? I did the same thing in June. Ordered my ATP (2" kit though) through Quadratec to save on the shipping and Tax, and got mine in like a week. Maybe they are out of the springs ?
     
  5. vad3rw3rks

    vad3rw3rks Member

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    Weird - I gave up and cancelled the order.

    Everyone seems to have had luck ordering direct through them so I'll give that a shot.
     
  6. Nathaniel

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    I've actually had mixed results ordering direct through ATP. The 2inch spacer lift came in in about 2 weeks but I placed a second order for their light mounts and some ATP decals and waited almost 3 months. Got a HUGE apology letter from them after I finally got my mounts and decals talking about them being a super small company and doing their best. It was only after I started sending complaint e-mails that it was finally shipped and the packing slip that was inside was dated two months earlier.
     
  7. Ian_1911

    Ian_1911 New Member

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    For those who ordered straight from ATP, what did they charge for shipping?
    I was about to order the 4 inch kit, and they're saying $107 for shipping? Are you kidding me? No thanks,
    I'm a UPS driver, it DOES NOT cost $107 to ship a ground package. Not even close.
     
  8. gselsidi

    gselsidi New Member

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    I honestly wouldn't order from them unless I didn't have a choice. I called them no answer, I emailed them a basic email asking about angles ect. on their 4.0 lift been almost a month no answer. I steer clear from companies with obvious 0 customer service.
     
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  9. Gatorade

    Gatorade New Member

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    That's awful customer service on the part of both ATP And Quadratec. I'd cancel my order and get an Eibach Pro-lift spring kit, and another brand of lift - maybe an Avid or Terraflex.

    Thanks for the heads-up on these two.
     
  10. gselsidi

    gselsidi New Member

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    I’m going with Avid given you don’t have to drop a bunch of things, and you get a true 1.5” lift as opposed to probably 1” ground clearance when you drop everything.
     

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