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7 hours ago, TechCon said:

It is now Aug 20 2023 and it's still waiting to get on a train.  Very frustrating.

That’s crazy, my truck only took 3 weeks from built to delivered. Mine was built in Oshawa delivered to southern Georgia. Of course it was later severely damaged by an explosion prior to taking possession from the dealer, but the process had been pretty quick before that.

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Rumor is that Oshawa trucks are shown "in shipping" but are sometimes being held for build short or validation issues. This skews the perception that the shipping issue is much worse then it actually is. There are multiple factors. 

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Should be the same regardless, QC is factor I would think and continuity should be the same.....whole point of your brand resides on same truck regardless where it's built

....thats what I would think.....

 

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