I have been trying to contact Sportsrig for a couple of weeks and have been unable to do so. Their voicemail boxes are full, their website is 'down for maintenance/inventory' and I get no response from my emails.
Does anyone know if they have gone out of business?
Full Size Sail Rig
First Need Purifier
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From their web site...|
Posted by: holmes375 on Dec-10-12 9:30 PM (EST)
"Our Online Store is Temporarily Closed for Annual Inventory
I think that's code for...|
Posted by: bnystrom on Dec-11-12 7:13 AM (EST)
..."We made a great product that was too expensive and didn't sell, so we've gone belly-up."
Posted by: pikabike on Dec-12-12 7:44 PM (EST)
Your profile says you're in FL. I've talked to a couple of people who said their Sports Rig trailers rusted very soon after buying them new. Something to consider since you're near salt water.
Posted by: ts99237 on Dec-13-12 4:13 PM (EST)
It's true, I've had some major welding done on my rig, some of it due to rust.
Pull one of your wheels off....|
Posted by: holmes375 on Dec-13-12 7:12 PM (EST)
and go visit some motorcycle supply houses. You might also look into the on-line supply houses. The aftermarket M/C industry is alive and well and I'll bet you can find a better wheel in a much shorter time frame.
Posted by: guideboatguy on Dec-13-12 7:20 PM (EST)
I had been thinking of an even cheaper route - motorcycle salvage yards, but that throws in the possible complication of finding two wheels (or three if you want to upgrade your spare) that are the same. Also, I suspect motorcycle salvage yards are a little harder to find, since I've never seen one.