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Bobbi McFaddan

We purchased a rebuilt motor 1 year ago with 2yr/24000 miles warrenty. Have been having oil usage problems over past year. We've been working with HRS about problems. Two weeks ago on a trip to Portland, a lifter collapsed, we were stranded. Got home, contacted company, HRS says there is no warranty. Look at our papers, it says "see warranty information section d"....Is no section D. Manufacturer also says no warranty. After many conversations with HRS, story about warranty has changed several times. The ownership of the HRS company has also apparently changed hands. We have done everything asked of us to fix the earliers problems, been told "don't worry, under warranty". HRS has now said they will give us the parts to fix motor, but no compensation for expenses incurred do to collapsed lifter. My husband is a certified machanic, but has not gotten completely into the motor to make sure this is all that is wrong. We have also found out with the spec sheets on the motor and the ones from the manufacturer that our motor is not the Horse Power we purchased. I have the newspaper adds on the warranty, our warranty has apparently been in the mail for a year now, but there actually isn't a warranty remember... I also know of at least one other person whom has purchased a similar motor from HRS with the same warranty that isn't actually a warranty, just advertisement I'm guessing. In Idaho...
Question: I am looking into taking HRS to small claim court, do I have a leg to stand on without the actual written warranty papers?? Where we received the wrong Horse Power motor, is this false advertisement?? Am I wrong for asking him to compensate for costs incurred due to the collapsing of our motor??? Where do I go from here??
thanks McB

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