It looks to me like it WAS their fault. They did make the product didn't they. And one would assume that they have quality control.Piece wad sent back to Fisher who later told dealer it was due to a fault in the steel. Clearly this was not there or my fault.
Same here. Pump, cylinders, springs, control...... As for the cold hard steel, if it cracks, weld it, if it bends, straighten it and add reinforcing.for me the only part that i would want to be considered for warranty is the pump.. all other things i bet i would just repair and never think twice about not taking it to the dealer for warranty.