These are not the answers I expected to see when I scrolled down this thread. I guess all the SG fans are on line today.
Where to start? Here's my opinion:
Quality of Products: Low
Brush bars (I don't call what they make bumpers) - Made from open channel (3-sided) material, which is weaker than similar designs (Rockware, Rovertym), made from box beam tubing. ARB is also open channel but reinforced and bulky which gives it strength. I've seen SG "bumpers" and rock sliders bend into the body panels causing damage to the parts they are supposed to protect. Yes, even the "heavy duty" ones. This begs the question: Why did SG come up with an HD version of their rock sliders? Shouldn't they have been that way in the beginning?
Rock Sliders - No reinforcement in the center. Try jacking up your vehicle with them and watch how much they flex. You're welcome to come to my house for a demonstration before I have Rockware modify them. Burke's sliders are much better and probably less expensive.
Diff guards- Joke. These fall off if bumped. They should be welded on or better yet replaced with the super thick Mantec units.
Suspension components - comparable to others out there, but like everything else, way overpriced. Springs seem to be better than Rovertym however.
The 3-link is probably the only product they make that someone else doesn't make better. This is the only SG product I like.
Too bad they're the only ones making it. I suppose I can live without it and go with a hinged arm.
Also, has anyone out there installed a Safari Gard product that came complete with all the fasteners and all the holes lined up? My Rockware bumper's did. So did my Rockware shock mounts and EE stuff.
Next question: Did you receive your order when promised? Were they even able to tell you when you'd receive it? This leads into the next area:
Customer service: #$%!#
C'mon guys even if you like their products, how can anyone honestly say their customer service isn't the worst out there? Really. Maybe the posters above had a positive experience, but do a search on the D90 list or even this bulletin board for numerous stories of incredibly bad service over the years from them. I won't even add to this there's already too much material out there. My comparison is based on the service I've received from Rockware and Expedition Exchange, which is hard to live up to.
FWIW - I'm only referring to the products Safari Gard makes specifically for D90's. As to their other stuff, I'd say guilty by association.