Maximum Motorsports Warranty - LMR.com
Warranty Contact Info:
If you have a warranty concern or question, please contact Maximum Motorsports via phone at (888) 378-8830.
Most parts manufactured by Maximum Motorsports are intended for off-road or competition use, and are therefore sold "as is" without any warranty whatsoever. Implied warranties of merchantability or fitness, etc., are also excluded. The entire risk as to quality and performance is with the buyer. Should such items prove defective, the buyer assumes the entire cost of all necessary service and repair. Exceptions to this policy are only those expressly specified for a particular product.
All items manufactured by another manufacturer are warranted to the extent of such warranty offered by that manufacturer. Non-Maximum Motorsports manufactured items have no Maximum Motorsports warranty. Contact the manufacturer directly for information about their warranty policy.
Maximum Motorsports provides a limited warranty to the original purchaser of MM Caster Camber Plates. If any of the covered items fail in use, we will replace that component. This is not a warranty against items wearing out from use, but is a warranty for the failure of any of the specific components listed. This warranty applies only to the original retail purchaser of genuine Maximum Motorsports (MM) Caster Camber Plates.
Spherical bearing failure: Defined as the inner spherical bearing ball having vertical (axial) movement of 0.005" or more, relative to the outer race.
Spherical bearing failure: If the inner bearing ball cannot be moved relative to the outer race, when using the strut for leverage to cause angular and rotational movement.
Spherical bearing installation failure: If the outer bearing race moves relative to the steel cup the bearing was pressed into.
Main plate bending or breaking
Bearing plate bending or breaking
MM Caster Camber Plates purchased since 1/1/2003
Spherical bearing inner ball that cannot be moved (rotated or angularity changed) by hand. It is normal that leverage from the strut is required to make the inner ball to move.
Any spherical bearing failure if lubrication had ever been applied to it.
Any spherical bearing failure if a bumpstop was not properly installed.
Any main plate failure (bending or breakage) if a bumpstop was not properly installed.
Any bearing plate failure (bending or breakage) if a bumpstop was not properly installed.
Crossthreading, breakage, or stripping of any threaded fasteners.
Degradation of plating or the powdercoat finish due to age, or the application of fluids such as brake fluid or cleaners.
Any failure when the part has been modified.
Any damage caused during a vehicle crash.
Any consequent damage resulting from any failure of the caster camber plate.