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post #16 of 27 (permalink) Old 05-16-2019, 01:35 PM
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I agree as above, that isn’t that much of a rant...I’d be very agree after waiting that long. I hope they get you fixed up quickly. Your car looks great btw

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post #17 of 27 (permalink) Old 05-16-2019, 01:55 PM Thread Starter
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Coys has the WORST service I've ever dealt with. I love their wheels, but I hope I never have to deal with them again.



I pretty much had the same experience as the OP. Not answering phone calls, not getting back to me, no shipping confirmations, and overall atrocious service.


I. Donít quite understand how you can stay in business if this is a regular problem.


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Last night I got a text that they would be shipping out new wheels, havenít gotten a tracking number yet, so who knows how long this could take.


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I bought some of the Trans Am Engineering Minilite style wheels from Summit for the 69 Stang. Wheels arrived and wouldn't fit - had the GM lug pattern. Called Summit, they shipped replacements the same day, and had UPS pick up the incorrect wheels. Great service right? New set arrives 2 days later, same problem. Summit rep goes and checks the wheels before they ship - a pallet of wheels were all GM bolt pattern wheels in boxes marked as the Ford pattern. Summit took care of everything and got me the correct wheels 2 days later. Couldn't be happier.



All that to say, I hope they get the correct wheels to you this time!
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I bought some of the Trans Am Engineering Minilite style wheels from Summit for the 69 Stang. Wheels arrived and wouldn't fit - had the GM lug pattern. Called Summit, they shipped replacements the same day, and had UPS pick up the incorrect wheels. Great service right? New set arrives 2 days later, same problem. Summit rep goes and checks the wheels before they ship - a pallet of wheels were all GM bolt pattern wheels in boxes marked as the Ford pattern. Summit took care of everything and got me the correct wheels 2 days later. Couldn't be happier.



All that to say, I hope they get the correct wheels to you this time!


Summit has a great turn around and highly recommended on my behalf, they always take care of you. Coyís turnaround isnít going to be anything but a snails pace. glad everything worked out for you though!!


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I bought some of the Trans Am Engineering Minilite style wheels from Summit for the 69 Stang. Wheels arrived and wouldn't fit - had the GM lug pattern. Called Summit, they shipped replacements the same day, and had UPS pick up the incorrect wheels. Great service right? New set arrives 2 days later, same problem. Summit rep goes and checks the wheels before they ship - a pallet of wheels were all GM bolt pattern wheels in boxes marked as the Ford pattern. Summit took care of everything and got me the correct wheels 2 days later. Couldn't be happier.



All that to say, I hope they get the correct wheels to you this time!
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So it turned out ok, finally got the new wheels put back on car and everything is good. Coyís decided to send me return slips for the wrong ones, which they keep texting me to send them back, I instructed when I get time Iíll drop them off. I left them outside a few times for ups to grab them like coy had asked never happened. Very incompetent type people, even to retrieve there own return.


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Those are really nice looking wheels! For non OE wheels for our classic cars, I generally prefer "period correct" style wheels. But, I repeat, those are really nice looking wheels. Someday, you will be able laugh at the whole fiasco but probably not tomorrow.

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Rant or no rant, that seemed pretty justified. Glad you got it semi-resolved...

P.S. Love the wheels. They're kinda sleek...

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Thanks I really like them so does everyone who seeís them, made all the bs I went through I guess worth it.


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Thanks I really like them so does everyone who seeís them, made all the bs I went through I guess worth it.


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Nice wheels on a nice car!
I also have a set on my 67' but I have the spinner centers, what center cap options do they have?

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Nice wheels on a nice car!

I also have a set on my 67' but I have the spinner centers, what center cap options do they have?


Itís either spinners or just blank centers



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