I had a customer send me the link to this. Please consider the source of the information in that video....a competitor. It is physically impossible for what James is saying happened to actually happen. Our bushings are made of a plastic material and could not jam a metal weight to an aluminum housing. With the pin in the weight (he "took it out" in the video), the weight is centered and can not jam (its the same EXACT width as the OEM one). We have sold over 500 weight kits and he is the only one that complains.....kinda funny if you ask me. I spoke to that customer at length about the situation. James bought our first 3 sets in October (then immediately claimed they were junk) and suddenly started developing his own weight. Per the customer, he purchased the weights from James in February with James "clutch machining" for well over a thousand bucks. Why would James sell "junk weights" to a customer? Why didn't James show the weight being jammed with the pin in? All questions that you should ask yourself before you believe a competitors video that he posted. I refuse to bash any small business online, (we wish others felt this way), but if you do some research on JBS, every single one of his videos in the last several years is bashing VforceJohn, Hunterworks or some other company. Its really sad that that is the way they decide to do business, I just wish people would let their products speak for themselves. We are still to this day the only company with race proven results. Here's one of our racers (Brandon Lemaire) winning a short course race on his RCOR equipped KRX just a few short weeks ago. We also had clutch parts in the only KRX to finish King of the Hammers in 2021 (Chris Holland)......(if our weights were junk, would that have happened?)
Thank you all for reading our rant, and sorry this was even necessary.
-Right Coast Off-Road