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CarterGee

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@CarterGee You think you will get your truck before Oct 31 like they told you?
* Nov 30

And apparently! Haha they say it's still on track. Some people have delivery in mid-Oct, so waiting for that before adjusting my confidence.
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SeaGeo

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* Nov 30

And apparently! Haha they say it's still on track. Some people have delivery in mid-Oct, so waiting for that before adjusting my confidence.
Yep. I'm sitting eagerly waiting for @Godfodder or (I think) @AdamL to get theirs this month. If they don't, I am quickly jumping on the "shits gone sideways" bandwagon for at least a few days. Lol.
 

CarterGee

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But seriously! I would too. Missing promised delivery dates is no bueno.
 

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But seriously! I would too. Missing promised delivery dates is no bueno.
The last car I factory ordered was delayed three months thanks to a capacity issue with CN & CP. and that was after it sat on a rail car at the port for a couple weeks at the time, the only thing moving by rail on time was oil 🤬
 
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