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Ford Cylinder Head 4.9L 300ci L6 3/8" Rocker Stud w/o Smog, 1965-76

SKU: ALL-12934

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FRANK SANTOYO
Utter nightmare that weeks later has yet to be rectified

onestly,
I’m stunned by the number of errors made in the processing and specific item eventually sent to me by your company.
I very specifically ordered a cylinder head for a 1965 Ford six cylinder 300 cubic inch WITHOUT SMOG yet delivered was a completely different later model of head that had smog ports. This would’ve been overlooked had your company at the very least sent me plugs for the head. But wait, there’s more.
Now here I am trying my damnedest to install the head after a three day search for hardware that would accommodate the issue. Another big problem has emerged. The studs in this replacement head seem to be metric. So I can’t install my rocker arms.
I’m not an unreasonable man. You can imagine my hesitation in handing over my core (already packaged and ready to go) in light of all these issues.
You guys really need to figure out a recompense for me here. I cannot tell you the amount of time and traveling I did fruitlessly over the past three day holiday weekend desperately trying to find any remedy for the smog holes. Yes I did contact you on the fifth. I spoke with a man named Brad. He asked for proof of issue. I provided pictures. Never acknowledging that the wrong head was sent I texted pictures and if you see the attachment he hadn’t gotten back to me until late that evening. I finally found useable plugs the next morning.
But at the moment I’m standing outside of the mechanic shop where I work. My boss is demanding my truck be gone so I’m waiting on a AAA flatbed truck to tow it home because we can’t locate any useable hardware suitable for the tolerances needed.
What are we gonna do about this