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Old 10-04-2007, 07:30 PM
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Default Thanks to Jason @ Paragon

I just ordered beefier springs (for my DA koni setup) and bigger torsion bars along with a few other small bits.

Jason was super patient with me (I am a big dummy ) and educated me on various suspension topics. I learned a whole lot. Not only that, but he gave me full credit for a fuel pressure regulator that I purchased from them ( that failed) even though that was like 3 YEARS ago !!

So, I just wanted to say thanks to Jason

I am super excited to get my suspension set up the way I want it.
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Old 10-04-2007, 07:47 PM
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Paragon rocks.

btw- Thanks for the cluster Ted - looks good/arrived safe from what I can tell w/o installing it.
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The only place I go for new parts - period.
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I LOVE paragon.Actually bought some stuff from Chuck today . although I admit Pelican Parts has a lot of great info (the parts diagrams are priceless)
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Bump for 944fest support 2011. I won 2 nice XL T's and I'm going to wear them with pride.
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Old 06-22-2011, 08:28 AM
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Bump for 944fest support 2011. I won 2 nice XL T's and I'm going to wear them with pride.
I'm kind of partial to Pelican...
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Old 06-22-2011, 01:41 PM
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Jason from paragon helped me through my coilover purchase and clutch replacement. I've had nothing but great service.
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yup - he's solid...and he's a few hours from me so I can pay for gound shipping and get it in a day or two.
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Had to deal with Jason about ordering some parts directly from Porsche. He was really nice and cracked a couple jokes about it. And I just recently found out that most all parts are cheaper from Paragon than Pelican. So paragon is my first stop from now on!
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i recently ordered a shift boot for my 944 from Paragon and it was at my house in two days!!! the quality was excellent and i find the prices there are more than fair. i can't say anything bad about Pelican or 944online as i have had nothing but positive dealings with both companies! the 944 community in general is extremely helpful and suppportive!
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Both the fill and drain plugs on the 968 had crappy threads (another found problem on a car claimed to be a 9 out of 10 by the P.O.) and the threads on the trans were messed up also.
Jason found ONE plug in the US and had it shipped to me and ordered the other from Germany. When I got the second plug, it was a bolt in the pkg. with the P/N for a drain plug. Jason sent another plug and didn't charge extra.
Thought I was going to have to pay almost $100 for the thread chaser, but found on E-bay, a lot of 3 from a machining place that sold used tooling-offered $20 and got them.

Thanks Jason...
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Originally Posted by Scott at Team Harco View Post
I'm kind of partial to Pelican...
German beer in the trunk?
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