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Old 03-02-2015, 01:31 PM   #21
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I know what you mean but it's easier to wait when you have 18" of snow on the ground!
I second that!
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Old 03-02-2015, 03:15 PM   #22
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I bought at the end of January and was told 6 weeks. I doubt that and hope I get it within 8-10 weeks. That will put me at the beginning to middle of April.
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Old 03-02-2015, 08:00 PM   #23
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I ordered mine in December. I am now in the 10th week and hoping it will get delivered to the dealer sometime this week or next. It came off the line about a week and a half ago. Dealer told me they had to get qualified driver before it could start it's trek from Indiana to Florida. I cannot wait to get it. I am getting really antsy. LOL.
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Old 03-02-2015, 09:10 PM   #24
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good luck with the winter weather they might be behind on deliveries
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Old 03-02-2015, 09:20 PM   #25
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...snip...Dealer told me they had to get qualified driver before it could start it's trek from Indiana to Florida. ...snip....
Yup. The weather, road conditions, the truck, and the driver all have to be ready at the same time. When it leaves Jayco, EVERYONE wants it to make the trip safely.
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Old 03-03-2015, 08:45 PM   #26
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Yup. The weather, road conditions, the truck, and the driver all have to be ready at the same time. When it leaves Jayco, EVERYONE wants it to make the trip safely.
LOL, I know. I check the weather there almost everyday. I want everyone and everything to make the trip safely, so I figure it will be closer to the end of March, if not April before it makes it here. I am hoping for a window of time with no bad weather between here and there. It does not look like that is going to happen anytime real soon. Just think how happy I will be when it does finally make it here.
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I know last year they were having a terrible time getting done units delivered because they were short on drivers to haul them .... Don't know whether it was a pay deal or what but hopefully they got that fixed ... Luckily I am in Indiana and my dealer just drove up and picked my unit up when it was done
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I know last year they were having a terrible time getting done units delivered because they were short on drivers to haul them .... Don't know whether it was a pay deal or what but hopefully they got that fixed ... Luckily I am in Indiana and my dealer just drove up and picked my unit up when it was done
Hopefully that will not be the case this year for all of us out here waiting on a delivery. LOL, I don't see my dealership driving from Tampa to Indiana to pick mine up. I did check the weather again this morning and it looks like beginning Saturday, they will be above freezing for at least 4 days. Keeping my fingers crossed that Spring is on it's way.
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We placed our order for a new 32IBTS at the end of January 2015. We were told 10-10-12 weeks, which seems about right. Typically manufacturers build similar units in 'production runs'. So they may work on all of the various 32' models for a few weeks and then switch to the 26' models, and may not make any more 32' series for a few months. But they also make a few extra units which they may not have immediate orders for. Thats how we bought our first unit (26 BHS), we wanted a base model and the dealer told that Jayco would not be making any of those models for a few months bdcause they just ended the production run, but they did have one extra unit available with minimum options that we were able to negotiate a good deal on.
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Looks like a lot of us are playing the waiting game! Atleast it allows us to look forward to a great summer! I should call my dealer to see what he has heard but I don't want to be disappointed. I guess I will wait another week. I feel like a child at Christmas. LOL. I hope everyone enjoys their purchase like I'm going to.
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