The roads in Vegas are ok. Back home in Chicago was terrible. Gotta kinda learn to drive. Hence the street sharks crew in my sig. Low cars swerving blah blah.. I haven't ridden on anything but vmaxx rokkor/Raceland. But I'm pretty sure it rides like a dream. Good luck fighting with them to et it fixed
I have a feeling the OP didn't have the lock collar tightened properly on the hub bracket, which caused enough movement to shear the threaded body in half. OR, the body was raised so far in the bracket, there simply wasn't enough threaded portion to support the weight of the car during impacts. I can't imagine any other ways something like this would happen, short of an odd manufacturing defect.
and 'dubber is really talking out his hind-end in this thread, isn't he.
I'm sure every coilover type out there has had some sort of big failure at one point or another, even the big boys. Why do you think they warranty their s**t? Not because they're 100% confident the s**t will never break, that's for sure.
I'd call them and tell them you're going to report them if they're not willing to do anything. Technically the product is only warrantied for 1 yr, but inn-order for them to sell them they must be tuv or dot compliant or whatever.. can't sell products to consumers that could have potential fatalities and ****. /rant