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TNJMurray
03-07-2013, 14:44
Hello,

I am John Murray, President of TNJ Murray Worldwide Service. We are a worldwide re-seller of military vehicles and parts. Our company is a third generation, family owned business, started in Dover Delaware in 1942. We sell military-type reconditioned 2 1/2 ton and 5 ton trucks. These include the M816 Wrecker, M817 Dump Truck, M818 Tractor, M35A2 Cargo Truck, and M998 Humvee. We take great pride in the reconditioning of the trucks that we sell.We also sell parts for these trucks and the M151 series Jeeps. Know that here at TNJ Murray, "We've got a part for that."

Feel free to call us at 302-736-1790 or visit our website (http://tnjmurray.com/) for more information about our products and services. We are also on Facebook and Twitter, and look forward to hearing from you.

Best Regards,
John Murray

zout
03-07-2013, 14:52
Now that is weird - I just gave your companies name to a fella a couple days ago to give you a call for part.
Told them to look with you FIRST.

TNJMurray
03-07-2013, 14:58
Now that is weird - I just gave your companies name to a fella a couple days ago to give you a call for part.
Told them to look with you FIRST.

Thank you very much for the referral. Always appreciated.

doghead
03-07-2013, 15:05
Welcome to the site.

I hope we can help you, and visa versa.

You've been helpful to me in the past (Thank you).

clinto
03-07-2013, 15:12
My girlfriend and I met you guys at the MVPA National Convention in Huntsville. Ya'll had some great deals and were very easy to deal with and very personable.

TNJMurray
03-07-2013, 16:48
Thank you for the welcome and the kind words. It is truly our pleasure.

SCSG-G4
03-07-2013, 17:07
I had the pleasure of taking the Anniston Tour with John and his wife. Great folks, and, as Clinto said, they have some great deals. I for one hope our relationship is a long one - I still need lots of parts!

marchplumber
03-07-2013, 17:18
Welcome aboard and definitely need parts and part suppliers!

God bless,
Tony

seano11
03-07-2013, 17:55
Haven't done business with you yet but hoping to soon

ranchhopper
03-07-2013, 17:57
I have done business with you and was very satisfied with both the product and price.

goldneagle
03-07-2013, 17:58
Hello,

I am John Murray, President of TNJ Murray Worldwide Service. We are a worldwide re-seller of military vehicles and parts. Our company is a third generation, family owned business, started in Dover Delaware in 1942. We sell military-type reconditioned 2 ton and 5 ton trucks. These include the M816 Wrecker, M817 Dump Truck, M818 Tractor, M35A2 Cargo Truck, and M998 Humvee. We take great pride in the reconditioning of the trucks that we sell.We also sell parts for these trucks and the M151 series Jeeps. Know that here at TNJ Murray, "We've got a part for that."

Feel free to call us at 302-736-1790 or visit our website (http://tnjmurray.com/) for more information about our products and services. We are also on Facebook and Twitter, and look forward to hearing from you.

Best Regards,
John Murray

Actually they are 2-1/2 ton trucks not 2 ton. As in Deuce and a half. :driver:

DieselBob
03-07-2013, 18:09
Welcome to the site. I have been purchasing parts from your company for several years now and have been very happy with the service. Only complaint I have is the casino is to **** close.... The wife always wants to stop there when we come pickup parts.

js05
03-07-2013, 19:14
John is a great guy too deal with He is very honest and knowable

poppop
03-07-2013, 20:29
I also have bought parts from you and was well satisfied. Welcome to the site!!!!!

NDT
03-07-2013, 20:37
The best part of buying from TJM besides the great parts and prices is speaking with the nice lady that works there.

Artisan
03-07-2013, 20:46
As John or TNJMurray (http://www.tnjmurray.com/militaryvehicles/index.cfm?shop/home) is fully aware, I am a repeat client. He has endured

my questions, worked with me and always been fair.

John has not obtained my repeat business by being a flake or wannabe

MV Retailer but he has retained my business through quality products,

shipped in a timely fashion, at a fair price.T


TNJMurray (http://www.tnjmurray.com/militaryvehicles/index.cfm?shop/home)is indeed an asset to this "Sport".


I try to patronize those whom try hard, and I am pleased to endorse them herein.

There web site (http://www.tnjmurray.com/militaryvehicles/index.cfm?shop/home) is HUGE, I mean go there and start digging around and you

will find LOADS of good stuff.


PS, I am not a shill... They do good, period.

Ferroequinologist
03-07-2013, 22:54
For the past 4 years or so, I would go out of my way NOT to order from TNJ. However it has been several years and I would like to give them the opportunity to regain my trust. Seeing as how many other people have vouched for them, maybe I was a fluke, but it really burned. So I will start ordering again and give them the benefit of a doubt.

I had many fine dealings with TNJ prior to this, until I ordered a deuce starter switch many years ago. On the website (older version) was listed a PN and picture, of the push button switch on the dash that I needed. I filled out the form with that part number, paid, and sent in the order. Shipping was fast however I received a floor mounted heavy duty momentary switch. When I called to say I received the wrong part, I was told that that was the part I had ordered. I said it didn't even match the picture, and I needed the right switch sent. I was then told that it would be $12 odd dollars to ship the right switch. Um, it wasn't my fault, I didn't order the wrong switch to begin with. Then they told me to mail back the other switch. I asked if they would send a new shipping label or credit me the shipping cost to return the wrong part. I was told I had to pay for the return shipping too. They finally agreed to send the right switch at no charge, but still insisted I return the other one at my expense since 'I' ordered the wrong switch to begin with.

I did receive the correct starter switch. However it failed a short time later, within 5 months. After what had happened before, I didn't bother to contact them about it. I found a takeout switch that has been working for the past 4 years without issue. I never returned the original wrong switch, it is still out in my spare parts bin, in the NOS package. I will make sure if I attend an event that TNJ has a table at, I remember to bring it and finally return it. I actually haven't liked holding on to it but I didn't feel it was right for me to pay to return it.

Now I'm not trying to make TNJ out to be some horrible company, I know they would have to be stand up to stay in business this long and as other posts here attest have many successful transactions. I am just putting out my experiance as well. I always like being shown both sides of the curtain.

John, welcome to the site. You being here and seeing what we are about and what we need, can only help the hobby and your company in the long run. I look forward to doing business with you again after all these years.

steelandcanvas
03-07-2013, 23:01
Thanks Ferro for another viewpoint. I too, have had trouble previously with TNJ Murray. They are on my "do not buy from list". We'll see what happens in the near future, maybe they deserve another chance.

goldneagle
03-07-2013, 23:16
Never thougth I would see an owner of an over a million dollar a company get corrected on SS website. Some already knew what he meant and
saw not reason to correct the man. But than again I am not better than anyone as well.

If the CEO of General Electric came on here and made technical errors in his statement I would correct him too. And his company is worth Billion$. An error is an error no matter how wealthy you are! :gimp2:

TNJMurray
03-08-2013, 17:09
Actually they are 2-1/2 ton trucks not 2 ton. As in Deuce and a half. :driver:

Thank you for bringing that to my attention. I updated my initial post to fix that error. That could have been very confusing for someone who didn't know. Thank you again.

TNJMurray
03-08-2013, 17:34
For the past 4 years or so, I would go out of my way NOT to order from TNJ. However it has been several years and I would like to give them the opportunity to regain my trust. Seeing as how many other people have vouched for them, maybe I was a fluke, but it really burned. So I will start ordering again and give them the benefit of a doubt.

I would like to apologize for the situation you described in your post. I cannot remember the situation personally, but I am terribly sorry that it happened to you. I can, however, assure you that our new website has more accurate information on it, and we are continuing to improve it every day. We have also made some staff changes since then and I feel we have a very reliable and knowledgeable team. Thank you very much for telling your story. Again, I'm sorry that it happened. Though I think that it just shows how far we have come on improving our processes. I look forward to doing business with you again as well and showing you how we've improved.

BKubu
03-08-2013, 18:44
I can say that John is a stand up guy...very professional. I have been dealing with John for many years and have ALWAYS been very satisfied with the service and pricing. He has always tried to help me, no matter how small the sale was. As far as I am concerned, he is in a category of his own as far as the big dealers are concerned. I wouldn't hesitate to recommend him to others looking for parts and have stated that previously in other threads. The other thing about John is that he is not only a great resource for parts, but he is one of us, a collector. Thanks, John, for supporting the hobby all of these years!

BKubu
03-08-2013, 21:00
If the CEO of General Electric came on here and made technical errors in his statement I would correct him too. And his company is worth Billion$.


Billions has no $ in its spelling. Seems to be an error as well.

Zing! :)

goldneagle
03-08-2013, 21:00
If the CEO of General Electric came on here and made technical errors in his statement I would correct him too. And his company is worth Billion$.


Billions has no $ in its spelling. Seems to be an error as well.

No it was intentional. The $ emphasizes the Billions. Not the same as missing 1000 pounds.

swbradley1
03-08-2013, 21:00
If the CEO of General Electric came on here and made technical errors in his statement I would correct him too. And his company is worth Billion$.


Billions has no $ in its spelling. Seems to be an error as well.

Now that's funny.

doghead
03-08-2013, 21:18
Enough.

gijoe13
03-08-2013, 22:13
I too have had great dealings with TNJ. I contacted them about some parts and even though John was out of town, he still responded from his cell phone. Great customer service, fair prices and fast shipping. Glad to have them aboard.

deucer
08-27-2013, 12:35
I want to echo that John and those that work for him are great to deal with. John has always been very responsive and based on my experience really wants to make sure that every customer is happy. I had a problem with an order and John promptly made it right, no questions asked.