Is there any way to search for parts on NPD the old way? I hate the new way they have it set up.
That's funny. I have been laughed at by my wife for doing that. I accidentally flushed too early and the guy on the phone laughed and said "I guess you know...when you did THAT...your order went down the drain too!... usually call in while on the throne. I do my best ordering that way.
Hey BOSS!...we have learned that there are fans of the old system
Bryan, you could have searched for that extension-wire for days, and you wouldn't have found it... That's because we don't sell just that wire by itself. ...It says in our catalog that the compressor lead isn't included, but that's not accurate for 19945-1...
No problem, thanks for the understanding and patience... The searching is always prone to criticism, because there's so many different ways to describe or name a particular part. Call a part by its correct name "steering coupler", and the guy searching for "rag joint" is frustrated... It'll take time for us to anticipate and work all the wrinkles out of over 80,000 active products, and we've gotten a bit of a late start compared to some others, due to our stubborn insistance that the telephone would serve everyone's best interests better (it does, but that boat has sailed..)I prefer to complete my orders with a mouseclick instead of a phonecall.
May I offer a tiny bit of input?No problem, thanks for the understanding and patience...
Usually where there are multiple choices offered for a specific part, we include the words "good", "better" or "best" in the description.May I offer a tiny bit of input?
Remember the Sears & Roebuck Catalog. Remember the Golden "Sears Best" emblem?
How about maybe a "NPD Preferred Vendor" emblem for the best part, if you guys have more than one vendor for a particular part?
That emblem could be used for best fitting, heaviest metal thickness, most accurate reproduction, or just simply highly preferred by customers.