Failure???? He might be a crook, but there are a lot of successful crooks, just look at Washington DC, its full of very wealthy & successful crooks.Your machinist is a failure.
The definition I'm thinking of is him failing to do a job that should be basic to most machinists. But I get your point.Failure???? He might be a crook, but there are a lot of successful crooks, just look at Washington DC, its full of very wealthy & successful crooks.
I mean, shoot, getting paid for doing no work whatsoever is the definition of success isn't it?
I do. He should have known the valve seats needed to be worked. Basic valve job procedure.The machinist done what I ask him to do I can't blame him.
IF he is sending a truck 4 hours , he can sure load the proper part and exchange it at the same time . Sounds like he is shady OR he doesn't have the proper part on hand .This is what's happening with the head.I ordered from Dales Superstore 12 valve with heavy springs and this came.The invoice is from an engine builder about 4 hrs from me doesn't have any thing about Dales on it.I call builder and he says it's his fault and his concern is how is he going to get his head back and I told him to pick it up when he brought mine ,and he says no he wants to send a truck and pick his up today and ship mine.I don't think I'm going to do that,do you think I'm wrong