I can go to ford parts right now and order metal body panels for many of their 2021 vehicles ..either they will say instock or back ordered and they tell you approximate ship date..I don't know about suburu. I can get a 2020 Gt500 roof..which is a limited run vehicle instock.
Will the Bronco...
Well we will see BKJ, if Ford doesn't offer the White option, I have good reason to believe I can can get a white factory modular top from my dealer without much trouble. But you may be right ..time will tell
Again, I never said the Magnuson Moss act says that a manufacturer must have a certain amount of parts ..I said I specifically don't know what a manufacturer has on hand and that they don't even need to keep them on hand.
Maybe this article will make more sense to you.
Exactly..did you not read my post? The Magnusson Moss Act deals with 2 things ..warranties and aftermarket parts.. tell me you didn't go to Wikipedia lol
If there is a warranty on your car..the manufacturer must have readily available parts..they don't have to keep them on hand themselves, but...
Oh it's BroncoGuy..yep I posted that Webasto was making the tops back in Aug and he confirmed
From what I understand, Webasto is not doing the painting of the modular tops -they are outsourcing them where they will be powder coat painted ..
They are not plastic ...these are the modular tops (they are optional)
The day the first 2021 Bronco is delivered, you will be able to get any part that is needed to repair it..it's Federal Law and depending on the part there must be enough parts to last 6-10 years depending on when that...
yes you can powder coat composites ..geez people they have used UV light to cure the powder coat for years.
here they can even powder coat carbon fiber now
You can powder coat composite materials ..powder coating is not just for metals anymore
They use UV cured powder coating..it's faster than current.
You can even powder coat carbon fiber which is a trick