I started feeling much better when I learned to let go of small things. A ding in the paint of the control arm isn't keeping me awake as much as it used to, and now I have time for other things I enjoy which are higher up on the list of life. Plus, none of your friends want to hear about it.
I try my absolute best to put parts on my vehicle that do not have any issues, then when the ones come around I can't do anything about I deal with it, otherwise my entire car would be a three ring circus.
"Certainly, there's nothing wrong with a little feast on our time."
I don't think so. You have to look at it all the time. I'd return it for a "blemish free" item.
I agree, you will have to see it all the time and if it really bothers you I would send it back. Even if you decided to keep it i have to tell you I dont see the blemish ha Do whatever will make you the most happy since thats all that will really matter in the end.
Send it back.... I ordered one along with pony door handles... and all the wood grain must had been applied by a drunk.. crooked and lifting up in corners.... Quality just isn't a factor when everything is chunked out in Chiner
1966 Mustang GT RestoMod Project: 307c.i.d.,Holly 600 4brrl, TrickFlow Heads, Power Disc Brakes, Integral Power & Tilt Steering, AOD, 9" 3.50 posi rear end & a bunch of other stuff.
Project start date 1999. Completion date... fagidaboudit!
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