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RetiredRealtorRick

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Posted: 09/05/21 05:15am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

4x4ord wrote:

When I ordered my 2022 they said it would be in by the end of August. Now that we are into September I called to see where my truck is and they don’t have a build date for me yet ….. so it turns out I’m going to have to do a oil change on my 2021.


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Bowti wrote:

Groover wrote:

If you don't need the truck why are you ordering it?
If you do need it why would you want to get 4 months in, cancel the order and start all over again?


Like most new truck buyers, I don' need a new truck, but it is time to update before I head out to my winter location.

As far as canceling the order, think about what is going to happen once the chips start hitting the market and manufactures start unloading the supposed thousands of trucks sitting in parking lots. Not hard for you to think of what pricing will be like for negotiating a new truck at that time.


I am in the same boat. I am going to wait for all of those parked trucks to hit the market and then order one.

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No one knows when the supply shortage and chip shortage will end. Production in China is all over the board and even the big auto manufacturers can not get chips. If anyone has a crystal ball and knows when these things will get back on track, I'm all ears... But, it could be months or years, we just don't know. When Covid is no longer a world wide treat, then I think manufacturing will start to get back on track.

I think the real question is will prices adjust back down or will manufacturers see this as an opportunity to keep prices / margins high...

In my business (technology) we are getting new prices from manufactures weekly and all are increasing. We have to adjust with them to keep our margins profitable for the owner.

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An unfortunate thing but that's what happens when you buy your parts from far away.

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we have 3 @ F350's on order right now... my bro in law.... son in law.... and best buddy.... All 3 were ordered in March and was told probably Late August originally...

1 was in Production last week, the other 2 are scheduled for next week... 1 on 9/13 and the other on 9/15..

MSRP on highest was $79,285.00... signed for it at $ 71,000.00


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My local dealer has had 0 Super Duty’s delivered in the last 5 months. He has had several used ones for 50-60K.


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Not only are these vehicles sitting for months on end with no chips, I had heard that they are having some issues with the new chips they are getting. A truck shop around here won't tune any new diesels with these new chips as they said they few they did had nothing but problems.

And how does every single vehicle manufacturer not only become so dependent one one supplier, it amazes me no one has stepped up to start producing these chips? Seems like some tech company out there would start making these. I smell a startup.


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ford truck guy wrote:

we have 3 @ F350's on order right now... my bro in law.... son in law.... and best buddy.... All 3 were ordered in March and was told probably Late August originally...

1 was in Production last week, the other 2 are scheduled for next week... 1 on 9/13 and the other on 9/15..

MSRP on highest was $79,285.00... signed for it at $ 71,000.00


Building 22's ,and they got 21's sitting unfinished , now that makes sense .My son has had a 22 on order for months ,and no build date at all .

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4x4ord wrote:

When I ordered my 2022 they said it would be in by the end of August. Now that we are into September I called to see where my truck is and they don’t have a build date for me yet ….. so it turns out I’m going to have to do a oil change on my 2021.

Make sure the dealer added your email to the order. Also, did you order with Adaptive Steering? That option is on indefinite delay. I cancelled it off of my order and finally got scheduled.

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With all the vehicles that got flooded by hurricane Ida purchasing a vehicle will be even more difficult and the prices will probably go up even more.


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