Nothing a little wax won't fix....shit.It's ok . . . it'll only take a few days to dig 'em out of the landslides & debris-flows . . .
It's alright . . . your shiny new Bronco won't get too moldy . . & not too many dents . . & not too much sand in the engine . . . don't worry . . be happy !!
Sorry I was quite off. Long day. It's about ~200 a day. Full quote here (it's bottom of page 2 in this thread):You do realize someone will ask for the somewhere?
After the lawsuit (which Ford lost) over the "passenger seats" in the Transit vans from Turkey? No, you will not get your replaced MIC top back.May I make a suggestion?
For those getting their hard tops replaced...ask for your original hard top back. I believe some states have a law where you can ask for your car parts back after it is replaced.....
the law also states you must sell one to me.
Well #!*t. We're gonna need some reports from people on the ground once it passes.Everyone think good thoughts..... Dirt Mountain is under a serve weather watch Until 10 pm which includes torrential downpours of 1 to 2 inches of rain, hail, straight line winds up to 70 mph, and even a possible tornadoe!
maybe the lower bronco to ranger build numbers were lowered to help with dirt mountain bronco's get their replacement tops and not effect the assembly lineCould be as simple as this: Because they can produce the new MIC tops faster than they can blend the "dirt mountain" Broncos into the inspection process without disrupting shipment of Broncos coming off the assembly line. Doesn't do any good to completely clear out dirt mountain first if it means you have to backlog newly assembled Broncos for testing. Given that this is a short term situation, Ford is probably choosing not to disrupt their standard processes too much just to get dirt mountain cleared out immediately.
Lets be charitable. I'm assuming that since they're putting on a whole new multi-part roof, they're going to be responsible and make sure each one fits well and is water tight!"The only delay now, he said, is the time it takes to run all Broncos that have been sitting awhile through comprehensive inspection.
'We'll do a water test on the new roof as well," Grueber said. "We'll make sure they're ready for sale.'"
Wait I'm sorry, a water test hasn't been done??? Am I misinterpreting this?
someone that makes 15 bucks an hour can't do quality job?LMAO at running all of the dirt mountain Broncos through a “comprehensive inspection.”
Sure they will. They will have $15/hr Billy press the button and make sure it starts.
I’m just laughing, not complaining. I think these press releases are insulting to our intelligence.
Ford announced and sent out emails stating if you were not scheduled yet for a 21 and you wanted a mic top you were pushed to 22. 2 doors only come with mic top (as of right now anyway) so if you have a two door ordered and do not have a scheduled build you are SOL. Perhaps with this news things could change but I’m still banking on unscheduled mics being pushed to 22.I fail to see where it states 2 doors are
I fail to see where it states 2 doors are delayed or “back of the line” can you cite a reference on this?