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I dropped my rt1200 and broke it, totally my fault, i had it for years and out of warranty, and of course they don’t make it anymore

i started to the search the internet for replacement parts, and I figured why not ask Dillon, sent them a email telling them I was a fumble fingered dummy and dropped it and ask if they had replacement parts.

well they replied they had some  and after I sent them a picture, they found one in their parts bin and sent it to me free of charge

Thank you to Tim Vaughn and Wayne for making a me a very satisfied customer 

 

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Great folks @ Dillon Precision.

Bought a 550, from a local, all in a box, with case feeder. 1 month later I decided to assemble the press.

It was a filthy mess. Lower crank was cracked. Case feeder body was bent slightly. I called Dillon to buy parts. They told me to box it up and send it to them.

I did. 2 weeks later I received what appears to be a new 550 w/case feeder body setup ready to go.

Truly amazing service. I have 4 Dillon machines. Love em and highly recommend them. 

 

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Great warranty and customer service.

A part in the powder system of my ancient SDB broke. I sent and email with photo - and a spare was in the mail the next working day. No charge.

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Customer service at Dillion is top notch. When I first got into reloading I didn’t want to spend the money on a Dillion progressive...but wow am I glad I did.

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I've been reloading for over 49 years; the first 29 were with a Single Stage Press.  Then I bought my first Dillon Press (SDB).

I sold it and bought a 550B; which I have been using for 18 years.  It has only been back to Dillon twice.  In Jan I was in AZ,

so I took it back to Dillon for a tune up.  When I picked it up I thought they had given me a new press, it looked new, but was

my old press.  It has the same set of Dillon Dies (40sw) in that it's had since I bought it and it was used then.  Great company

and now the new Dillon 750 is out, wow.......

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I had a little problem with my SL900.  the wad would not center and go into then hull consistantly.

So I called Dillon CS and offered to buy some new wad fingers, (hull spreaders).  They asked some

questions and offered some solutions, and I said I would try them first.  2 days later I had new

wad fingers.  Not long after that I rounded up  my empty shot bags to give back to the manufacturer,

the bags totaled 69000 one ounce loads. I'm sold on Blue.

Barney

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I can only second how really good Dillon has been about their warranty. I have two of their machines, a 650 and a 450 (that's right an antique 450) between the two the reloaded round count is well over 500,000. The 650 has had 3 broken cranks and 1 broken frame (probably from a "U" die for 38 Super) along with many many small parts. The 450 also has had many small parts replaced and new primer system parts continually. If the 450 has a weak point it is the primer system.

 

Dillon always sends me the new parts free and even asks me to go through the rest of the machine to be sure I do not need anything else - you just do not get service like that anywhere else.

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