I am looking for Odyssey Batteries (PC1100) to go with some AAL stuff. If anyone sees something, please share. Right now 4WP 10% off of $250 purchase is the closest thing I see.
Actually not suprising. MANY of these companies raise their prices right before then offering a BF discount. If you follow things closely you will see this quite a bit.I ordered a set of underbody bluetooth-controlled LED's for my wife's Jeep (cuz she wants the ghetto look LOL) from Oracle, they were out of stock on the set I ordered but they offered me an upgrade to a different set at 15% off...
Apparently they can't calculate though because I ended up ordering it through their website at 10% off and it came up $1 cheaper than what they offered me at a supposed 15% discount... Makes no sense, but either way they should ship today in time for her birthday on 12/3/21.
I had a feeling they weren't going to be running a sale. But if they keep their margains low year round, some of their prices are already ridiculously expensive.I was just on the phone with them today about an unrelated matter, but asked about the potential for sales this week at the end of my conversation. I was told they rarely put anything on sale. They keep the margins low year round rather than over-inflating their prices just so that they can periodically mark them down. So... don't hold your breath.
The Zeon is a good option, as are some of the Warn classic and heavy duty winches, like the CTI.So which Warn series are you saying to avoid and which to buy?
The Zeon is a good option, as are some of the Warn classic and heavy duty winches, like the CTI.
I had the CTI series on my old TJ, and I wanted to keep it, but I really wanted to keep my factory steel bumper on the new JL, and there was no way to make the CTI fit that.
My general rule is this: If great company “X“ sells a line of products for $1500 that used to cost $900 twenty years ago, I’m highly suspicious of their new product that claims to be just as good but is being marketed for $399.99. I’d want to talk to the people who build and repair the products to learn the differences (which I did). (Televisions and some other electronics are proven exceptions to the rule that cheaper means crappier. Maybe there are other exceptions, but quality winches, tools, and boots aren’t getting less expensive.)
had one in my cart until I got to the shipping screen.I know not the season but TopLift Pro on sale. Looks like can get new for line $750. Not bad when I see used sell for that.
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