BoulderCharles Posted September 10, 2020 Share Posted September 10, 2020 (edited) **** New thoughts from Feb 2023: I've come back to this post a few years later and with a few more interactions with Ohm and Apex and want to share my current perspective, which is that Apex has clearly improved their business management processes and shouldn't be judged too harshly based on my experience from 2020. I worked with Apex just as they were starting and I can imagine it's very challenging to get a fabrication business off the ground. Now that they have been around a few years I encourage you to consider more recent reviews and experiences rather than rely on mine alone. **** Abbreviated thoughts on my experience from 2020 (just as Apex launched): The Good: I have the front and rear suspension and they look great. The install was surprisingly easy--the suspension fit without the need for any modification or "persuasion." The Bad: Unavailable axle shafts, design/build mistakes, and frustrating customer service. Edited February 9 by BoulderCharles Updating to reflect my current experiences Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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