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Old 06-15-2012, 03:41 PM
Join Date: May 2012
Location: Sonoma, Ca
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Default Re: Ceramic Fiber Blanket Dealer ( good deal ?? )

I am planning a WFO build and happened to be passing by McGills area in So Cal. Kinda interesting to work with but a great price. To pick-up an order you place it online and chose pick-up instead of shipping. You MUST have placed the order ahead of time and you MUST have exact change. When you show up, its a commercial area that has a buzzer on the security gate. An employee comes out to collect your CASH and brings out the product.

I thought the box looked thin so I opened it and the 1 inch thick boards box was missing 2 sheets. They quickly replaced it.

Very nice staff and great price but intersting style of operation.

I havent built the WFO so I can't state quality.

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