Actually the buckets you recieved are the old style. The ones that I have are the prototype new style that just went into production. The first run still hasn't gotten back from powdercoating yet. Can't fit an EB coil in the buckets you have.
do you know when duff will start selling these buckets? and how much more $$ are they going to be compared to the buckets they already have on the shelf?
As far as I know they will go on sale as soon as they get back from powder. You have to specify that you want the buckets that take either the RBV coils or EB coils or you will end up with the old style buckets. I'm guessing the new buckets will be around $230 or so. I haven't heard a final word on pricing. I have to swing by there tomorrow to pick up some parts so I can check for sure for you if you want. Otherwise just call them up sometime and talk to Bryan. He will hook you up.
They moved to Knoxville, TN. 12 miles away from my house.
Their policy is still in place. They do not believe in selling pieces. However instead of "jumping through hoops", all you have to do is tell them your name and address and they can look it up on the computer and tell you every part you've ever purchased from them. I saw them look up a guy's order from 2001 to tell him exactly what he had ordered at the time.
I do wish they would sell 1/2 kits (front only etc) but I can understand liability issues when thats done.
They do sell the front only kit.
Unfortunately, their website and catalogs don't get updated as often (never) as they should. I'm sure they could probably sell more parts if they did. Luckily I live very close to them so I stop by quite often to see what's going on. They have their hands full keeping up with demand . Maybe they should expand to more than 6 or 7 employees???
Best thing is to call if you have questions. Their sales guy Bryan LOVES to BS on the phone. Sometimes I change my voice and call and ask all kinds of crazy questions just to keep him on his toes!! Seriously though, he is a great guy and will do anything to help someone out.